Dragonflight will have a Collector’s Edition but you can get the digital rewards now — if you can afford to
Dragonflight opened up for preorders this week, and the latest World of Warcraft expansion will continue the trend of previous expansions and offer a physical Collector's Edition as well.
While I wait for the arrival of Dragonflight later this year I've started farming mounts from older expansions that I hadn't gotten around to before.
Dragonflight preorders are now live, and it was a little surprising to see that the plan is to release the expansion before the end of the year, leaving only six months before its latest possible release date (assuming they wouldn't release it the final two holiday weeks of the year).
Every year, the tilting of Azeroth brings us season after season.
World of Warcraft: Dragonflight expansion pre-orders are now available, and there are a few surprises in store for folks checking out the next expansion.
Amidst the woes about the Diablo Immortal monetization model — which effectively allows players to buy their way to more character power — some players have grown concerned that a similar path could be laid out for the upcoming Diablo 4.
Our long Azerothian nightmare is over: We can play Dark Rangers now.
Shadowlands has just received what is very likely to be its final content patch with 9.2.5.
Blizzard has finally released a full preview of Dragonflight's new talent tree system — at least for Death Knights and Druids.
Patch 9.2.5 added the ability to obtain a set of Dark Ranger customizations for your Night Elf, Blood Elf, or Void Elf characters, as well as a new title, and a new Dark Ranger transmog set for Hunters.