Guild Wars 2 – Twilight Assault Expansion Hits The Net Today

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NCSOFT and ArenaNet announced that the latest content update for Guild Wars 2, Twilight Assault, will be going live today.  According to the press release, the update continues ArenaNet’s commitment to delivering players new content every two weeks, faster than any Western competitor.

In Twilight Assault, trouble is stirring in Twilight Arbor and rumours abound that Scarlet Briar, the devious leader of the Aetherblades, is behind the suspicious activity. Players will join the sylvari hero Caithe in attempting to stop Scarlet’s scheming, but it will take daring, wits and weaponry to put an end to the mischief.

Here are the key features of Twilight Assault:

New Events
·Level 80 Path in Twilight Arbor: Players can work with each other and Caithe to find a way into a secret, hidden facility where they’ll take on guards, navigate traps, and square off against the monster at the heart of the stronghold.

New Rewards
·Achievement Rewards: Players completing Twilight Assault can earn the new (glowing) Slickpack back item, or a miniaturised version of one of the most powerful foes that lurk in Twilight Arbor.
·Exotic Nightmare Weapons: Players can obtain a new version of the Nightmare weapons via rare drops by foes in Twilight Arbor explorable mode.
·Aether Chests: Players can collect Aether Key Pieces from across Tyria, combining five to form a key that will open Aether Chests in Twilight Arbor.

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