ArenaNet Reveals End Of Dragons’ Un-petrified Forest, The Echovald Wilds

GW2 Echovald Wilds

ArenaNet has previewed one other area from the upcoming Guild Wars 2: Finish of Dragons enlargement. This time, it is the Echovald Wilds, a forest that turned “frozen and lifeless” when the Jade Wind blew via after the loss of life of Shiro the Betrayer. That was a very long time in the past, although, and the forest is now alive and thriving, although many stoic ruins, and risks, stay.

The temporary teaser video follows the identical beats because the earlier one we noticed for Shing Jea Island. As was the case with that space, Echovald Forest was a preferred space from the unique Guild Wars, so there’s certain to be loads of nostalgia for old-school gamers. For these of us who by no means made it to the Factions enlargement … nicely, it certain does look fairly, would not it?

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Jason Winter is a veteran gaming journalist, he brings a variety of expertise to MMOBomb, together with two years with Beckett Media the place he served because the editor of the main gaming journal Large On-line Gamer. He has additionally written professionally for a number of gaming web sites.

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