Many Covenant abilities in Shadowlands have become iconic and gameplay-defining -- for instance, Convoke the Spirits for Night Fae Druids, Condemn for Fury Warriors, and Divine Toll for Paladins of all kinds.
Lately, I've been wondering how Warrior design will change past Shadowlands -- after all, if there is any constant, it's change.
Even with all the hours players spent in the Shadowlands alpha and beta tests, you can't entirely see the impact of some game systems until the entire player base has a chance to explore it.
The patch 9.0.5 PTR is now live, and it's a system focused affair, with bug fixes for issues that couldn't be hotfixed and a whole new system for upgrading items that drop in Mythic+ dungeons.
Covenants are the major story focus of World of Warcraft's upcoming Shaodowlands expansion.
A brand-new expansion means a brand-new collection of interweaving systems for end-game progression.
We got some additional insight last week that the four Covenants we'll choose from in Shadowlands are intended to tap into the identity of our characters, helping them to become more unique than the race, class, and specialization that defines them in terms of gameplay.
In a new development update blog released today, titled "The Road to Shadowlands," World of Warcraft Game Director Ion Hazzikostas has shared a roadmap containing several informative tidbits about the upcoming expansion, Shadowlands.
Choices are fundamental to the gaming experience and you’ve got a big one coming up in Shadowlands.
In Shadowlands, the Night Fae Covenant shows us the mirror to the Emerald Dream and the darker half of the Wheel of Life.