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Burning Crusade Classic Overlords of Outland Patch 2.5.2 Live Today

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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Patch 2.5.2 is live today for Burning Crusade Classic’s Overlords of Outland. Here’s what you can expect.

Blizzard provided some information regarding when you can expect patch 2.5.2 to go live and, as expected, patch 2.5.2 will release alongside your region’s maintenance. This patch includes guild banks, arena standings update, and more.

Next week, Arena Season 1 will end and bring about a one-week offseason. Arena Season 2 will begin on September 14. As for patch 2.5.2, it includes several content updates like Spertenshrine Caven, The Eye, Ogri’la and Sha’tari Skyguard daily content, guild banks, and a group browser tool.

If you missed our coverage on the Looking for Group feature revamp arriving as part of this update, you can catch up here. For now, note this feature can be accessed the same was as before. However, it will now allow solo and parties to join the queue.

Patch 2.5.2 also brings changes to PvP rewards and raid rewards. Bug fixes this go-around include:

  • Resolved an issue that caused creatures to sometimes change their movement speed when pursuing a player to match that player's current speed.
  • Totems can no longer be targeted with "totem stomping" macros.
  • Resolved an issue with some characters that caused certain ranks of spells to not be recognized in Macros.
  • Resolved an issue that caused teams that control all four objectives in the Eye of the Storm battleground to receive an incorrect amount of honor to be awarded when capturing a flag.

Patch 2.5.2 will be one of the first big updates to World of Warcraft content since the lawsuit alleging sexual harassment and discrimination at the hands of Activision Blizzard. This led to several high profile Blizzard employees to leave the company, including now-former President J. Allen Brack and Diablo 4 director Luis Barriga.

Additionally, California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing alleged Activision Blizzard interfered with the investigation by shredding documents. Acitivision Blizzard claims these allegations are not true.


Poorna Shankar