It's been a minute since the last Fractal in Guild Wars 2, so Robin was eager to check out the latest one from the team at ArenaNet. Titled Sunqua Peak, the new fractal takes you back to Cantha - but is it fun?
ArenaNet is teasing its upcoming Fractal of the Mists, Sunqua Peak, in a new trailer that hit today. the Fractal is coming to Guild Wars 2 on September 15th.
If you're a member of the unofficial Guild Wars 2 Discord channel, you may want to keep your eyes out for folks impersonating moderators and admins.
The third expansion in the eight years of Guild Wars 2, End Of Dragons is set to land in 2021. Taking place in the South of Tyria, it will drag players down to the fan favorite region of Cantha. After years of anticipation, fans of Guild Wars and guild Wars 2 will set out on adventure and find out if The Jade Sea still sits still and unwavering after 200 years of silence.
Eight years of Guld Wars 2 is coming up on August 25, and ArenaNet has planned a live stream for this milestone event.
ArenaNet has provided an update on the ongoing reported performance and stability problems in Guild Wars 2. It's not looking good.
ArenaNet have been listening to player feedback and will implement an update to Guild Wars 2 on Tuesday, August 11 addressing the Drizzlewood Coast Meta.
ArenaNet declares the return of The Festival of the Four Winds in Guild Wars 2, which begins August 11th. Complete achievements and earn rewards as you visit the Labyrinthine Cliffs and participate in events.
ArenaNet has released their long list of patch notes that coincides with the Guild Wars 2: Jormag Rising release. As is par for the course with ArenaNet patches, there are a number of items added and changed, in addition to the Jormag Rising content that come in the form of bug fixes, skill balances, and new promotions and items.
Today marks the release of Guild Wars 2's fourth episode of the Icebrood Saga, Jormag Rising, which expands Drizzlewood Coast, and adds some new, dangerous events. Drizzlewood Coast was originally released with the third episodes release, No Quarter, which introduced the premise of siege warfare, which previously only resided in WvWvW, to a PvE map. In Jormag Rising, ArenaNet doubles down on that premise.
In a video released today on Guild Wars 2's official site, the voice talent banded together to talk about the progress of lending their voices to the new Jormag Rising content set to release in a few short weeks. The reason for Jormag Rising releasing without the voiceover talent was attributed to the ongoing pandemic, and safety concerns of having their voice talent in-studio to record their parts.
Get ready. The Icebrood Saga Episode 4 "Jormag Rising" hits Guild Wars 2 on July 28.
ArenaNet earlier provided an update on Guild Wars 2 WvW performance and map cap testing following an initial test last Friday.