Guild Wars 2’s Living World Season 1 Concludes With The Release of The Battle For Lion’s Arch
The update is available for free.
Today, ArenaNet dropped the conclusion to Guild Wars 2's Living World Season 1 with The Battle for Lion’s Arch. This episode was originally released in 2014 as a special event and is back to wrap everything up for good. It ends in a 50-person event that will determine the fate of Lion’s Arch.
Players will be part of an attack intended to liberate the city from Scarlet and drive out her Aetherlades. In addition, players will also be able to take part in a new 10-player strike mission against three of Scarlet’s Assault Kings and earn special rewards.
The release of this update brings nine years of story content to an end and completes the “chronological history” of all of the game’s current story content. This means it’s all available to be played from beginning to end for the first time. Players can find out more about the update on the game’s site.
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