Robin was on vacation this past week, and thus out of the loop on many things, including all things World of Warcraft. However, a few things caught her eye when she returned to real life. Here are a few of those stories for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
For those who have been waiting for Patch 9.1 of World of Warcraft to hit since it was officially revealed at BlizzConline 2021, the wait is almost over. Yesterday Blizzard detailed the patch notes hitting the PTR for Chains of Domination, inching the next part of the story in the Shadowlands saga ever closer to release.
World of Warcraft's spring event, Noblegarden, starts today and is running through April 12th. During the event, players can collect eggs, chocolate and more to collect pets, toys and other rewards.
Some people freaked out that 9.1 Chains of Domination was super delayed because the Burning Crusade Classic beta had started before 9.1 went to the PTR. Robin, however, was pleasantly surprised. She explains why in her latest.
The World of Warcraft community have voiced their concerns over 3v3 matchmaking ratings and how it feels nerfed. Blizzard has chimed in with their thoughts and potential solutions they're looking into in order to address the community.
Shadowlands players are waiting for the next major patch to continue the story started last fall with the release of World of Warcraft's latest expansion. It looks like the wheels are turning to get Chains of Domination in the testing phase.
World of Warcraft's PTR is currently testing the next round of changes to come to the live version of the MMORPG. Kaivax, the MMO's community manager, called out a specific set of changes coming to Rogues in patch 9.0.5 testing, tweaking the Necrolord Covenant ability, Serrated Bone Spike.
Raid and Dungeon tuning hit World of Warcraft in today's scheduled maintenance. The tweaks are meant to tune some encounters to make them less difficulty overall, and is based on player feedback.
Robin had a chance to go on the record with Warcraft's Ion Hazzikostas and Ely Cannon this weekend during BlizzConline, talking Kothria, Torghast, and Anduin's fate in Shadowlands.
BlizzConline 2021 kicked off today and quite a few of the franchises that make up Blizzard's library got some announcements today. Here's everything major Blizzard officially unveiled today during its keynote.
BlizzConline 2021 is kicking off tomorrow, but we already know a fair bit of what's coming with World of Warcraft, thanks to some leaks as spotted by WoWHead. The leaks detail the upcoming patch for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, titled Chains of Domination, as well as the next major update for WoW Classic: Burning Crusade.
As BlizzConline 2021 fast approaches this week, Chris takes a look at what the event could hold for Patch 9.1 of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.