Search Results For: Patch 8.3
I am not very shy about my dislike for Azerite Armor, but that being said, I'm trying diligently to separate my feelings from my analysis about how Azerite Armor will work in patch 8.3.
In patch 8.3, we're getting a Corruption system for gear which will replace the current Titanforging mechanic and also give players a degree of control over their armor.
There's a whole host of catch-up gear coming in patch 8.3, available through doing the quests in Uldum and the Vale of Eternal Blossoms as the forces of N'Zoth attack both regions.
With patch 8.3 not arriving until next year, we have at least a month and a half of no new content coming to World of Warcraft.
On the patch 8.3 PTR, a new item popped up in datamining that could allow players to add a socket to any piece of gear that does not already have any sockets.
Once again the folks at Wowhead have datamined up a crucial piece of information: namely the voice files of Highlord Darion Mograine and the Lich King himself, Bolvar Fordragon, that are part of patch 8.3's change to allow Death Knights of every Allied Race and the Pandaren.
If you play a Death Knight, a Blood Elf or a Night Elf in World of Warcraft (and seemingly not a Void Elf or a Nightborne) then you're going to notice a few changes in patch 8.3, specifically to your eyes. As part of the incoming Shadowlands changes that will be made to character customization options for all characters, Blizzard is going to test out some changes to the way that certain eyes glow, and the certain ones in question appear to be DKs, Blood and Night Elves.
It's that time again — patch speculation time!
Introduced in patch 8.2, Essences for the Heart of Azeroth were unequivocally a great addition to the game.
Death Knights have been a staple of World of Warcraft since their introduction in the Wrath of the Lich King expansion.