Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire
It's disappointing how many issues Guild War 2's second expansion Path of Fire has. Whether it's the lack of content, numerous bugs (some fixed, others that still exist), or rushed plot, there's a lot that hinders what is otherwise a surprisingly great expansion.
Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire delivers exactly what anyone could hope for from it: more environments to explore, more things to do, and more ways to do it. For established players, this is must-have purchase already.
Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire manages to do just enough to keep fans interested in visiting the world of Tyria by adding much needed like mounts. The new class specializations provide new and interesting ways to play your typical MMO class archetypes.
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Tons of new content added to a game that already has a ton of content. Praise Joko! You buy?
If you're looking for an overall review of Guild Wars 2 in 2017 have a look at our 5th-anniversary review from August.
Tons of beautiful content and areas, awesome new mounts and a great story help make Path of Fire a good expansion, but the lack of features, improvements to existing elements and removing important world events hinder it from becoming a great expansion.
Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire is the latest expansion for ArenaNet's long-lasting MMORPG, Guild Wars 2. It adds a number of much-needed features.
Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire continues the story with an imaginative and fun campaign filled with great character moments and a reverence for the world of Tyria that is infectious. The addition of mounts that feel more than a speed boost is a welcome one but the lack of dungeon and raid content sticks out.
This is Guild Wars at its absolute best. ArenaNet has done an absolutely stellar job here. The visuals are fantastic. The already solid graphics and colorful spells complemented by gorgeous vistas throughout a number of varied and richly detailed environments. The story is thoroughly engaging from start to finish. Any reservations about the additions of mounts into the franchise should be tossed aside. Perhaps most importantly, ArenaNet learned from the mistakes in Heart of Thorns and addressed the biggest problem that plagued that previous expansion: the grind.