Guild Wars 2 Patch Notes 2023 Complete Guide

Guild Wars 2 Patch Notes 2023: The Guild Wars 2 patch notes for June 27, 2023, are now out, and players can get a taste of what to anticipate from the game once the update is released. The addition of the new Fractal of the Mists Silent Sirf will be one of the patch’s main attractions.

Along with the new Fractal, several classes in the game will have adjustments and balancing tweaks, with general modifications finding their way to PvE activity. Fans of Guild Wars 2 may visit the official website for a more complete summary of the patch. However, for a quick recap, here are the important highlights. The dragon cycle has come to an end. And thus a new age starts.

Aurene, the Prismatic Elder Dragon, calls her champion to visit her in Seitung Province once again while the world heals and friends and loved ones move on with their lives. She has an urgent message for the commander. In the aftermath of the Jade Wind, a new menace develops. Play as a Serpent Clan salvage crew looking for survivors under the frozen sea. Under the Fractals of the Mists accomplishment category, a new Silent Surf subcategory has been created.

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Guild Wars 2 Patch Notes 2023
Guild Wars 2 Patch Notes 2023


There are several new weapon collections can be unlocked. The collection unlocks may be purchased from Brotherhood Requisitions Specialists in Gyala Delve. When slaying spirits, an error stopped the Echovald Wilds Daily Spirit Slayer achievement from advancing. Will-o-the-wisps, freed spirits, and Canthan spirits (excluding spirit retainers) are now counted towards advancement.

Fixed an issue that resulted in Writs of Seitung Province being awarded in fishing competitions in New Kaineng City. Fixed an issue that required earning a different milestone than indicated by the collection in order to obtain the Bladesworn’s Ring. The Harbinger of Zhaitan award now checks an erroneous amount of Risen kills due to a bug. When using DirectX 11, a spiderweb prop would render wrongly. This has been fixed.


Stretched Time: This trait has been reworked. Flow of Time affects nearby allies. Grant alacrity to nearby allies when you summon a phantasm. Seize the Moment: This trait no longer causes Tides of Time to grant quickness and instead grants quickness to nearby allies when you summon a phantasm. Increased the quickness per clone from 0.75 seconds to 1.5 seconds in WvW only.

Well of Senility Reduced cooldown from 25 seconds to 20 seconds in PvE only. Increased pulse power coefficient from 0.7 to 1.5 in PvE only. Increased the number of boons removed from 2 to 3 in PvE only. Well of Action Reduced cooldown from 25 seconds to 20 seconds in PvE only. Increased pulse power coefficient from 0.7 to 1.5 in PvE only. Flow of Time Increased the alacrity per clone from 1 second to 1.5 seconds in WvW only.


Bladesong Distortion Reduced distortion duration per blade from 1 second to 0.75 seconds in PvE only. Bladeturn Requiem This skill no longer blocks incoming attacks. Bladecall If the original target of the skill is in range, the returning blades will now lock on to that enemy. If not, the blades will return to the player as normal. Unstable Bladestorm This skill is now a ground-targeted spell instead of a projectile. The spell strikes enemies in range in addition to firing projectiles at nearby enemies.

Twin Blade Restoration This skill will now always cleanse conditions when healing. The first blade will now always grant aegis, and the second blade will always grant vigor. Psychic Force Reduced cooldown to 25 seconds in all game modes. Sword of Decimation Reduced cooldown from 25 seconds to 18 seconds. Blade Renewal Reduced channel duration from 3 seconds to 2 seconds. Jagged Mind Increased bleeding duration from 1 second to 3 seconds in PvP and WvW.

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