After much development time, testing, and lots of community feedback, Blizzard has announced that World of Warcraft update 9.1.5 will be released on November 2nd.
The update is a huge one, and you'll feel its effects all over the game. Some of what to expect? Well, there wil be some all new customization options forthe Highmountain Tauren, Lightforged Draenei, Void Elves, and Nightborne. You'll be able to extensively transform and customize these races in completely new ways top to bottom in some cases. One of the standout options for the Nightborne is the addition of glowing hands becoming available, but all of these races get significant work.
Content updates will let you continue advancing your characters and preparing for plunder with Legion Timewalking, which lets you travel back and take on older challenges, including The Mage Tower. Legion Timewalking is a weekly event that resets regularly, letting you go back to take on older dungeons. Your items will scale back to an appropriate level but the rewards will be ready for your current level.
On the access side, there are a few barriers that will be lowered in this update. Conduit Energy is out and you'll be able to just swap Conduits. IF you get to max Renown on your Covenant, you'll be able to switch to another one and use any earned cosmetic rewards too. This also applies to alts. And if you complete a Covenant Campaign on any character, your alts can skip that one, earning Renown and rewards immediately. you can skip the Maw introduction if you already did it once. You'll also have access to some Allied races without having to run dungeons for them. Access the Kul’Tiran humans, Mechagnomes, and Dark Iron Dwarves even if you skip the quest.Want to go on Island Expeditions? You'll be able to queue for them solo or with a group. This way you can still earn rewards at all times.
For all of the details on the final release of 9.1.5, check out the World of Warcraft announcement here. And follow our WoW coverage for any new developments.