November 28th has been confirmed as the release date for the Normal and Heroic modes for next Legion raid, Antorus, The Burning Throne.
Tomb of Sargeras didn't have any special mount drops aside from the Abyss Worm, a special drop from Mistress Sassz'ine that you could get even on LFR difficulty.
I'm not really the most hardcore WoW player these days -- my approach to Legion has been pretty casual.
Blizzard is getting a head start with Antorus raid testing on the PTR this week.
Wowhead recently put together a collection of all the Draenei Easter Eggs found on Argus.
Update: Sorry, everyone.
In between all fighting all the demonic forces the Legion has to offer, there are hints to be found at what might be coming next. The most logical of these? A new player race we’re now intimately familiar with – the Shal’dorei.
Last week Blizzard released the three part Alleria and Turalyon audio drama, A Thousand Years of War.
Everyone rejoice for alt character playability, for today's hotfixes bring with them account-wide unlocks for Antorus Wastes and Invasion Points.
Recently a bit of a contradiction has occurred to me.
When I sat down to play patch 7.3, my first thought was: this is what Legion should have been all along.
The concept of destiny is a powerful thing in World of Warcraft.
When Blizzard announced we were going to Argus, I couldn't help but wonder what's next.
This is a bit of a swerve for this column, but I get asked a lot of questions on Twitter and via email about patch 7.3 and things that we've seen and experienced since it dropped.
Tuesday's continuation of the Argus storyline also brought us new Invasion Points.