World of Warcraft Articles
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.
Community Manager Kaivax updated the forums earlier with a series of changes that are headed to World of Warcraft's Public Test Realm. Patch 9.0.5 will bring back Valor Points to Upgradeable Mythic Keystone Gear and apply tuning to Legendary items and Covenant abilities.
One of Shadowlands' central issues is a significant drought of anima, which is adversely affecting every realm. One of the significant max level activities is collecting anima to help your covenant restore some of their lost capacity and prepare to fight back against the Jailer. Out of all the various ways of obtaining anima, raiding and completing Mythic+ dungeons have felt a bit lackluster. Thankfully, Blizzard is taking steps to rectify this.
Move over Diablo Immortal, it looks like Activision Blizzard is making yet another franchise free-to-play on mobile as reports indicate that the gaming giant could be working on multiple set in one of their largest franchise: Warcraft.
With every expansion of World of Warcraft come a variety of smaller content updates and additions that expand the way you play. While everyone anticipates things like new zones, new powers, pets and mounts; there are other things added that deserve your attention in every expansion. So here are some things to consider looking into!
Shadowlands has been out for almost four months now, and we're nearing the point where players start looking towards the next content update. Robin has been slogging away as a Leatherworker in Shadowlands and the experience has been less than stellar since she finished all of the main content.
Get ready for some virtual merriment as the free-to-watch 'BlizzConline' event is headed our way in just a few short weeks. The virtual convention will be available to all February 19th - 20th.