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New Trailer and Media for Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns' "A Crack in the Ice"
Living World Season 3, Episode 3
11.17.16 - 5:49 PM

Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns' Living World continues with the third episode of its third season, entitled "A Crack in the Ice." In this episode, developer Arenanet will be sending players into the frigid Northern Shiverpeaks, home of the Elder Dragon Jormag. With this new episode comes the brand-new Nightmare Fractal, a five-person instanced dungeon filled with toxic abominations for players to battle against.

guild wars 2 heart of thorns episode 3 crack in the ice

Until November 22nd, as we await the new content, Guild Wars 2 will be on sale, with each sale coming with a Level 80 boost. Simply owning Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns is enough to gain access to new Living World episodes, so it it seems now is the perfect time to jump in. Check out a bevy of new screenshots in our gallery, and a new trailer for "A Crack in the Ice" below.




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