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GW2 Launches The Secret of Southsun Update

Updated Tue, May 14, 2013 by Martuk

Keeping true to their monthly content release schedule, ArenaNet today launched the latest update for Guild Wars 2 with The Secret of Southsun. The latest update continues the MMORPG’s Living Story following the conclusion of the Flame & Frost series as refugees oppressed by their contracts with Southsun Cove begin to rise up and agitate the local wildlife. The new story content will be available starting today through June 11th.

In addition to the new Living Story, the update also includes WvW changes with the Obsidian Sanctum jumping puzzle being moved to its own instance, new WvW traps, a new Crab Toss game, additional Achievements, and more.

You can read The Secret of Southsun update page and patch notes for a full list of the latest changes.

Source: The Secret of Southsun Update Page, Patch Notes

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