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Guild Wars 2 'Visions of the Past: Steel and Fire' Out March 17th

Latest Installment Of The Icebrood Saga

By Joseph Bradford on March 03, 2020 | Videos | 0

Guild Wars 2 'Visions of the Past: Steel and Fire' Out March 17th

ArenaNet announced this morning that the latest installement in The Icebrood Saga, Visions of the Past: Steel and Fire is coming to Guild Wars 2 this March 17th. The update will bring with it a new 10-player instance as players, as well as expands on the story being told by the new Living World experience.

Via a press release from ArenaNet:

On the eve of the Guild Wars franchise’s 15th birthday, ArenaNet will debut a new type of Living World experience for Guild Wars 2 titled Visions of the Past: Steel and Fire. Releasing this month on March 17, players will get a new perspective on events that have unfolded thus far in The Icebrood Saga as they get up close and personal with the charr, enlisting in Ryland Steelcatcher’s Steel Warband and uncovering new mysteries locked away deep in the Shiverpeaks. 

The new 10-player instance will task players to escort a charr Desvatator tank to the top of the mountains, playing into the story being told concerning the charr attempting to awaken Elder Dragon Jormag. Additionally, players who check out Visions of the Past: Steel and Fire will be able to scry in the Eye of the North, which will give them the opportunity to check out past missions from Living World Season One. 

Finally, Guild Wars 2's latest update will bring with it new items, such as an Advanced Norn Armor set and cape, as well as unique weapon skins. 

To check out Visions of the Past, you'll need Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire, though the Eye of the North hub will be available to any Guild Wars 2 player. Guild Wars 2's Visions of the Past: Steel and Fire will hit servers on March 17th. 


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Joseph Bradford

Joseph has been writing or podcasting about games in some form since about 2012. Having written for multiple major outlets such as IGN, Playboy, and more, Joseph started writing for MMORPG in 2015. When he's not writing or talking about games, you can typically find him hanging out with his 10-year old or playing Magic: The Gathering with his family. Also, don't get him started on why Balrogs *don't* have wings. You can find him on Twitter @LotrLore


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