Check out all nine elite specializations and the Siege Turtle in Guild Wars 2’s Fourth Beta Event

Fourth beta event for Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons will take place next week. You’ll be able to play test all nine elite specializations and hop on the two-man tank that is New Siege Turtle mount.

The beta is open to all players, and there will be beta testing zones available upon character selection. Beta test character will be level 80, already elite specialization and built appropriately for your chosen class and already equipped with the right equipment. With the event running from November 30 to December 4, if you choose, you’ll be able to check them all out new expertise, maybe in advance of your decision if you’re planning on playing extended content. Beta characters can go into any existing content in Tyria that you have unlocked. This includes World vs World, player vs player, versions and more.

The Siege Turtle is a pretty good mount. It’s not just a giant battle mount, you can fight while still on it, friends can also board your moving tank. Your turtle can be used like a vehicle that you drive, a vehicle that can also come with a jet. Have fun with power from above as you crash into enemies. There’s a giant tortoise, solidly built and designed to take on your enemies can turn the tide for you. You’ll be able to get a feel for how this new mount works and whether you’d like to make this giant turtle tank one of your tools.

With the release End of Dragons Coming up in February, the beta events have expanded and offer even more things to try. For full event information, see notifications via above Guild War 2. Check out all nine elite specializations and the Siege Turtle in Guild Wars 2’s Fourth Beta Event


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