Leveling in World of Warcraft changed with the introduction of Artifacts in Legion, which were a self-contained system of power acquisition that was confined entirely to that expansion.
One thing that's going to happen in Shadowlands is, we'll eventually shelve our Hearts of Azeroth and no longer have access to them or to the Azerite Traits that depends on them to work.
I am not very shy about my dislike for Azerite Armor, but that being said, I'm trying diligently to separate my feelings from my analysis about how Azerite Armor will work in patch 8.3.
🔥These updates are fire🔥 World of Warcraft just got a little prettier thanks to some graphics updates
There's a lot of fire in WoW -- Goblin explosions cause it, Mages cast it, and Sylvanas started it.
Well, some of the story of Battle for Azeroth, anyway.
We got our first overview of the new Forge of Azeroth system coming to World of Warcraft in patch 8.2 during the livestream yesterday.
Patch 8.2 includes big changes to Azerite, with armor slots automatically unlocked and a talent system for the Heart of Azeroth
The Azerite armor system has been a hotly contested since day one of Battle for Azeroth.
Everything we do in World of Warcraft hinges on a few key moments.
At the beginning of December, Blizzard announced changes coming to Island Expeditions with the release of Patch 8.1.
In a recent hotfix, Blizzard has changed the rewards from emissary caches in Battle for Azeroth to allow their Azerite Armor to scale up as high as ilevel 370.