A seemingly ancient evil has taken root in the Maguuma Wastes as players in Guild Wars 2 face off against this growing threat in Entanglement. This latest Living World patch will release later today and picks up the story where it left off two weeks ago with the Gates of Maguuma content patch.
The next content patch for Guild Wars 2 is coming next week as ArenaNet continues its two-week cadence for Living World updates. Next week's patch, Entanglement, picks up where the last patch left off. Players will once again join the Biconic characters as they explore a newly revealed area of Dry Top and take a stand against an ancient, growing threat.
In the aftermath of the attack on Lion's Arch, players in Guild Wars 2 will be faced with a new evil and a permanently scarred Tyria as Season 2 of the Living World kicks off with the Gates of Maguuma content patch. The first content patch of Season 2 has players aiding the Zephyrites and checking out strange disturbances in the tangled western reaches of the Brisban Wildlands.
The Second Season of Guild Wars 2's Living World starts tomorrow. Today, ArenaNet released a video teasing the amazing music that will accompany the season. The video shows short exerts of the orchestra that recorded the new music as well as ArenaNet composer Maclaine Diemer teasing how the music relates to new creatures, locations and the situations players will find themselves during Living World Season 2. Check out the video below!
Living World Season 2 starts next Tuesday, July 1st for Guild Wars 2. Can't wait that long? Today, ArenaNet released a teaser trailer for the first patch called The Gates of Maguuma. The teaser shows that the Zephyrites have found trouble in the western reaches of Brisban Wildlands and Marjory, Kasmeer, Rox, Braham and Taimi are out to discover what is going on.
Following last week's teaser for the Living World Season 2, ArenaNet is today announcing a new feature coming to Guild Wars 2 with launch of Season 2 on July 1st. The Living World Journal will be a way for players to go back and experience the story that comes out every two weeks. Along with this new system is a lot of changes to how Living World will work.