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Guild Wars 2: The new expansion has been delayed

Guild Wars 2: The new expansion has been delayed

Last year, ArenaNet announced that it would indefinitely postpone the Steam release of Guild Wars 2 to focus on its new expansion, End of Dragons. This should actually be released in 2021, but the studio is up and running now In a blog post He clarifies that they will have to postpone the new expansion as well. The expansion will be published at the beginning of 2022:

“With advances in expansion development and real world challenges that have changed the way we live and work over the past year and a half, it has become clear to us that we need more time to implement our creative vision for Cantha. So we are delaying the release of Guild Wars 2 (Buy now €39.95 ): The end of the dragon from late 2021 to early 2022.”

In addition to the new expansion, ArenaNet is also currently upgrading its engine to DirectX 11. In a beta version this year, players will have the opportunity to experience it for themselves:

“The important thing to note here is that upgrading to DX11 alone will not magically increase frame rates. Some players may not notice a difference at all. However, upgrading to DX11 opens many doors for improved performance, such as multi-threading. The road also sets the stage for some potential graphics upgrades.”

In addition, the beta will include world restructurings – or alliances – that aim to change the balance between the world and the global experience. It is supposed to be done by a “The dynamic creation of matches can be achieved using WvW guilds, alliances and active WvW players.”

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We should get our first look at the new expansion on July 27 as part of the End-Of-Dragons livestream.

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