Watch the Awesome New Teaser for GUILD WARS 2: END OF DRAGONS and the Game Is Coming to Steam

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I have two very exciting pieces of news for fellow fans of Guild Wars 2. First, the game is coming to Steam. This will allow fans to launch and manage the game through the popular gaming platform in November. The second (and more exciting) piece of news is that we have a teaser for the next expansion which has been dubbed Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons!

The trailer features two voices talking and one of them is Kuunavang. Oh my gosh. I just can’t wait for this expansion which is set to release in 2021. Fans will be taken back to Cantha, which is “the mysterious island nation in the south that has been neither seen nor heard from for over 200 years.” Based on the trailer and the fact that the Skimmer mount can now go underwater (simply login if you own Path of Fire), I think End of Dragons will feature more seafaring fun for players. There’s a lot of water featured in the trailer, and how fun would it be to go around on ships? 2021 cannot come soon enough!

Chauncey Gammage released the following statement:

Guild Wars 2 has endured for the better part of a decade because of its innovative gameplay, rich storytelling, and passionate fanbase. As the game’s incredible fantasy world prepares to grow once again with the End of Dragons expansion, we are excited to bring this universally acclaimed gaming experience to Steam users around the globe.

In addition, to celebrate the birthday of Guild Wars 2, you can purchase Path of Fire (includes Heart of Thorns) for 50% off until September 4.



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