Guild Wars 2 Adds New Fractal, Sunqua Peak, September 15th
In the new trailer, we hear Dessa’s voice as she invites adventurers to take on the new challenge.
Prepare to travel to the Land of Cantha, as Guild Wars 2 is about to expand with a new area for players to explore. Later this month, Sunqua Peak will be available in Guild Wars 2 as the game delves into the new Fractal of the Mists.
In the new Fractal Sunqua Peak, we hear Dessa’s voiceover as she locates another Echo and calls in trained Fourth Warriors from all over to investigate this new Fractal of the Mists. In this area, the place is suspended in the air with storm-lit skies and some of the most amazing stones ever seen in the mountains filled with flowering trees. However, the elemental spirits have called for help as they need someone to heal their home. Once players prove their worth in the Fractal, they will be able to face a tough final boss.
In the new trailer, ArenaNet offers a preview of the new expansion to Fractal of the Mists as explorers face new challenges. Based on this new setting, players will be able to earn new weekly rewards and achievements for their character. Anyone can set their sights on the new Abyssal Fractal weapon skin set that is available. A new difficulty mode will also be accessible to try to keep things more difficult.
This area is mentioned as the place where the elemental powers overlap. With this unknown region in turmoil, players will have to scale this dangerous terrain and overcome all the challenges that lie ahead in order to bring peace on earth.
With the game’s release on Steam in November, players will be able to take on all the challenges Guild Wars 2 has to offer right before the new End of Dragons expansion is released next year. For those who already have access to the MMO, they can immediately jump into Cantha for the Fractal of the Mists Sunqua Peak once it drops this month.
Sunqua Peak will arrive in Guild Wars 2 on September 15th.
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