Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire Launch Time

Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire, the new expansion for the game, is launching soon. At the time of writing, there’s only three days left to go. The Path of Fire expansion comes in three different versions, Standard, Deluxe, and Ultimate. They each come with various in-game bonus items. So, get ready, Guild Wars fans, not long now!

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Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire Launch time
Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire Launch Time

When does Guild Wars 2 Path of Fire Expansion Come Out?

The new expansion for Guild Wars 2, Path of Fire, comes out on September 22nd, 2017, according to the FAQ on the official website. The exact launch time is 9 AM Pacific Time / 7 AM Eastern Time/ 6 PM Central European Time. Fans of the game, especially those that took the opportunity to test the new expansion out in August, will soon be able to get their hands on Path of Fire. It’s a mere three-day wait as of writing this article.

Incidentally, if you’ve jumped at the chance to play Guild Wars 2 for free, you’ll still be able to pick up the Path of Fire expansion just the same. You will have to pony up the money, though. You can already pre-purchase it, and the price of the Standard Edition is € 29.99. If you wanna pick up the Deluxe Edition, it’ll cost you € 54.99, and the Ultimate Edition is € 79.99. The Deluxe and Ultimate Edition include bonus in-game items, such as an additional character slot, gems, an Identity Repair Kit, and more. If you buy the Standard Edition, you can upgrade it to Deluxe, but not the Ultimate Edition. That one you have to buy on its own. Not even the Deluxe version can be upgraded to Ultimate.

What can you expect from the Path of Fire expansion? Well, you’ll be able to explore the Crystal Desert and Elona, which you were first introduced to in Nighfall. There’ll also be new elite specializations for each profession. Oh, and mounts! Don’t forget the mounts!

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