Wrath of the Lich King Classic should be here by the end of the year, and I can't wait to revisit Northrend and relive some of my favorite encounters.
In the wake of the announcements of Dragonflight and Wrath of the Lich King Classic, we learned that like Burning Crusade Classic, Wrath Classic will run on its final patch -- patch 3.3.5.
It's pretty rare for a game to get a balance change twenty-two years after its release, but that appears to be what's about to happen when Diablo 2: Resurrected gets a balance pass in patch 2.4, likely coming out sometime early next year in 2022.
At BlizzcOnline, we learned that Burning Crusade Classic will run on patch 2.4.3.
We've gotten a few new classes in World of Warcraft over the years -- Death Knights, Monks, and Demon Hunters -- as main features of Wrath, Mists, and Legion, respectively.
As Mythic and LFR modes for Battle of Dazar'alor open up, we have also received the first balance pass of the raid.
Certain classes know going into every raid they will have a moment a shine.
The first major patch update of Battle for Azeroth is coming in a couple weeks.
Patch 7.3.2 notes were released today — and the background downloader started up earlier this week — which means the patch is coming very soon.