Just to be frank, I've had difficulties with Azerite Armor pieces.
The moment we were waiting for finally came, and Battle for Azeroth launched earlier this month.
In today's WoW Developer Q&A it was announced that with the next weekly reset, on Tuesday for North America and Wednesday for Europe, a hotfix will go through that will make Azerite gear tradeable to players in your group.
Blizzard has just given us a solid set of details about the Heart of Azeroth, Battle for Azeroth's equivalent of Legion's Artifact weapons. Most importantly, we'll be getting the Heart before Battle for Azeroth launches -- in fact, Magni Bronzebeard will give it to us after the Battle for Lordaeron.
The clock is ticking -- we'll soon be in patch 8.0 and then, a month or so later, we'll be playing Battle for Azeroth.
We all missed having to pay to respec, right?
The upcoming Azerite Armor system is Battle for Azeroth's answer to losing Artifact Traits and the ever-loved Netherlight Crucible system.
Blizzard made an appearance at PAX East last weekend, fitting in a lot of information and even debuts for their various games.
At last week's WoW Media Day, Blizzard Watch heard some big news about Azerite Armor during our interview with Travis Day and Jimmy Lo, Senior Producer and Senior Concept Artist (respectively) for World of Warcraft.
Yesterday, CM Lore posted to the forums that Blizzard is beginning testing on Azerite armor, part of the Heart of Azeroth system replacing Artifacts and Legion Legendaries in Battle for Azeroth.