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Guild Wars 2 Sky Pirates of Tyria Content Next Week

ArenaNet announces plans to patch Guild Wars 2 next week with a new content update called Sky Pirates of Tyria for the MMORPG sequel. This is scheduled for June 25th, and this page has details on what the new version will offer and a schedule of related in-game events. There are more details in this announcement we received directly:

ArenaNet today announced the latest Guild Wars® 2 content update, Sky Pirates of Tyria, which will is scheduled to go live on June 25. The update brings players a robust update to the ongoing Living World saga, along with a new dungeon to explore, new events, rewards and features, not to mention the announcement that Custom Arenas and Spectator Mode is coming out of beta.

In regards to the Living Story content, Lion’s Arch is in chaos following a murder at the Dragon Bash. Inspector Ellen Kiel is spearheading the investigation and is gathering teams of deputies to capture the perpetrator. Players will need to sharpen their weapons and skills to track down the slippery culprit responsible for the crime. Players will join together and partake in multiple events that will lead them through thrilling content and discoveries as part of this update.

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