Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons – Final beta

NCSOFT and ArenaNet announced the start of the fourth and final beta for Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons, which runs from November 30th to December 4th. During the beta it will be possible to try out all nine of the expansion’s elite specializations.

In addition, the Siege Turtle, End of Dragons’ clumsy multiplayer mount, will also be available for the first time. The Siege Turtle has jump jets that allow it to lift its massive mass to incredible heights, while a second person from the rifle seat can fire volleys from the turtle’s jade-tech cannons. The driver and the shooter can work together to ensure that the flow of ammunition does not stop. ArenaNet today released a new trailer showcasing the new moves from the nine elite specializations from Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons.

The Siege Turtle’s debut video provides a glimpse into the mount’s capabilities and special features.

In preparation for the new expansion, Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire is currently available and is available at participating retailers until December 31, 2021 at half price. Also included with Path of Fire is the Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns expansion.

The nine elite specializations

Each of the nine elite specializations represents a new variant of the underlying classes from Guild Wars 2 and opens up completely new ways to play with their own skills and abilities. In the past few weeks, ArenaNet has also given its first glimpses of two of the new End of Dragons maps: the Jade Sea and the forests of the Echovald Wilderness.

Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons will be released in early February 2022.

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