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Reviewing the Latest Patch Notes for Guild Wars 2

Patch review is essential for gamers to stay up-to-date with the latest changes to Guild War 2. In this article, we'll go over the latest patch notes for Guild Wars 2. Specifically, we'll discuss changes to the Guyana Delve map, meta-event rewards, bug fixes, and more. 

The Guyana Delve map has been updated based on player feedback. The daily cap on key cards has been removed and replaced with caches. Additionally, rewards have been reduced by about 50%. As a result, the map is now infinitely grindable. Fishing is still quite an op, with plenty of ambergris and legendary fish available. 


Bug fixes have been implemented regarding the Sueon brake bars and Dragons and Ritualists being offered as options on Raid and Fractal coins. The Chromium-embedded framework has been removed and reverted to the Coherent UI. This is due to the unstable nature of Chromium and its causes players difficulty launching the game. 


PvP has been addressed. The damage output of Dragon Soothe and Water Trident has been reduced and the duration of Swirling Winds has been reduced from 6 to 4 seconds. Elemental Celerity now reduces the recharge time of weapon skills by 25 seconds instead of recharging all of them. These changes are meant to make the build more interactive and less obnoxious. 


In PvP, the Scrapper build has been given a significant nerf, with the cooldown of Sneak Gyro increased, less might from Kinetic Accelerator and Blast Gyro, and the uptime of Super Speed reduced. This is to bring the build in line with other popular builds, as it had become too oppressive against other players. To keep the build viable and still provide the same interactivity and fast-paced action CMG wants to see in PvP, the changes were made to reduce the power of the build.


In World vs World, the change of Repairing Walls and Gates no longer awarding participation was made to address the issue of players spam-filling events to get rewards without actually playing the game. This change ensures that players are rewarded for being actively involved in the game and not just for repairing structures. 


Overall, Guild Wars 2's latest patch notes are full of changes to improve the player experience. There are now more grindable maps, bug fixes, and tweaks to the PvP build. With these changes, Guild Wars 2 continues to be an exciting and dynamic game.

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