The WoW Dragonflight patch 10.1.5 release date is July 11
The World of Warcraft development team has announced an ambitious patch plan for Dragonflight in 2023, with patch 10.1.5 the fourth of six patches scheduled to go live before the end of the year and the second patch of Season Two. And now we know the exact release date for patch 10.1.5 is July 11.
Patch 10.1.5 is the second X.X.5 patch for Dragonflight, but it’s still a substantial patch. While it doesn’t include a new raid, it will have a new mega-dungeon, an all-new spec for Evokers, dragon racing on Kalimdor, new races for Warlocks (including Lightforged Draenei), lots of class changes, and much more. Here’s a rundown of the patch’s features:
- Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon. This new mega-dungeon has the typical eight bosses and can only be done on Mythic difficulty when first released. This is very much a Bronze Dragonflight story, and alongside it we’ll be getting a new Time Rifts event in the open world.
- Augmentation Evoker spec, a support-oriented specialization that will focus on enhancing the abilities of other party members. The spec will queue as DPS.
- New Warlock race combinations and pet customizations in the Barber Shop.
- Kalimdor Grand Prix, introducing dragon races to Azeroth.
- Dragon Whelp Daycare, where you can help educate baby dragons in the ways of the world.
- Lots and lots of class changes.
For full details, read the 10.1.5 patch notes. These are the only the PTR patch notes, but we expect the final patch notes will be very similar.
Patch 10.1.5 hit the PTR immediately a week after patch 10.1 went live, which suggests we’ll see patch 10.1.7 on the PTR shortly after 10.1.5 goes live, giving us a look at even more content to come.
Original published on December 27, 2022. Updated June 20, 2023.
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