World of Warcraft patch 9.1.5 added a lot of nice quality of life features to Shadowlands, from renown catchup to new character customizations to getting around the Maw faster.
We're in the middle of datamining season for patch 9.2 and I frankly find it a bit oppressive sometimes.
Transmog turns 10 in 2021, and for its birthday why not drop holiday transmog restrictions, Blizzard?
When transmog was introduced to World of Warcraft back in Cataclysm's patch 4.3, we were told that they were going to take it slow and cautiously and keep things restricted to start with.
I don't know if it would work, but between Mythic+ dungeons, World Quests, and the way Torghast apes Nephalem Rifts, there's already quite a bit of Diablo 3 in World of Warcraft nowadays.
I hear the phrase "The game respects your time" more and more lately, and it's something I think about a lot.
We've finally gotten our first look at World of Warcraft's patch 9.2: Eternity's End, which is taking us to a brand new world as we chase the Jailer into the realm of the First Ones.
Shadowlands was far from an alt-friendly expansion when it was first released.
In patch 9.2, we'll be going to Zereth Mortis, because we want to stop Zovaal the Jailer from remaking the entire cosmos into a place he rules and everyone is his slave, kind of like what he's done to Anduin on a metaphysical scale.
With our first glimpse into Shadowlands patch 9.2 and Zereth Mortis, we're left with the same question we've been asking since we first went to the Maw and used a First One's gateway to travel to Oribos.
The final major patch for Shadowlands has been announced and we've finally gotten to see the next area that we'll be adventuring in.