Arenanet unveiled more content for its next extension, End of Dragons. End of Dragons is the third part of the game. Yesterday, Arenanet presented his specialization of Elite Bladesworn who showed the character s ability to equip and handle firearms and the Saber class. Today, the company has unveiled Catalyst, the new elementary elite specialization.

The catalysts were able to revitalize old techniques to gain power and strength, but have implemented new elements. The catalyst is able to use Jade technological spheres to create wells of immense power while the increase capacity allows them to improve the scope of their effects. The catalysts, using their elementary power and their hammers, are real forces in the combat arena with a body to body. The trailer showed some nice combat scenes for the catalyst, including the power of the hammer and presented some skills.

Elite specializations fundamentally change the way a class can be played. Once players reach level 80, they dislocate the possibility of using their elite specialization, which improves their basic mechanisms and gives access to new weapons, with an elite skill, a utilitarian skill. to a healing skill. To use elite specializations, players must have extension and all basic skills and specializations must be entirely trained.

Guild Wars 2: End of Dragons will be launched in February 2022. The third extension of the game takes players on the Canthian continent, where they must explore and discover the history of war and disturbances in the region. Standard, Deluxe and Ultimate editions of the extension can be pre-ordered here. Each version comes with its own pre-purchase benefits, including capes, chests and special titles, as well as gems, maximum level increases and more.

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