One of the most welcome bits of news to emerge from the WoW: What's Next panel at BlizzCon 2023 is that we'll finally be able to collect transmog options on characters that can't equip them.
Trial of Style — one of the most anticipated micro-holidays — is back in World of Warcraft for the week, and this contest inspires both transmog addicts and non-addicts to take a shot at earning first place for the glory of knowing you look fine as fel.
While transmog enthusiasts in World of Warcraft really enjoy putting together stylish ensembles -- from mariachi outfits to the latest sets of tier armor, white and grey quality "ordinary" looks to flashy new looks Blizzard prepared especially for the Trading Post -- there's no denying that even when you're mixing and matching, there are some sets of gear out there that are just... ugly.
Despite this week's Diablo buzz, it's been relatively quiet for us Blizzard Watchers...
Thanks to patch 10.0.5 and the ability to transmog white-quality items, you too can finally look like you're just taking a break from performing with a mariachi band to do some questing on the Dragon Isles.
In late January, a simple one-line note appeared in the hotfixes: "Removed the holiday requirement for many holiday transmog rewards." This was exciting news for many transmog enthusiasts, but also vague -- what items had their holiday requirement removed?
Of all the artifact appearances we saw in Legion, the lengthy Balance of Power quest rewarded my favorite one.
When patch 10.0.5 goes live later today we'll finally get a much-requested transmog feature: we'll finally be able to transmog white and gray quality items.
World of Warcraft players are getting a new feature with the Trading Post, which will allow them to earn currency that can be traded for an assortment of cosmetic rewards.
Whenever a transmog system is introduced into one of the many games I play, I immediately look at it and debate whether or not it would be a good fit for World of Warcraft, the game that taught me how much I love transmog.