World of Warcraft Classic players, rejoice! Wrath of the Lich King Classic's pre-patch is now live, and the full game is launching in just a few weeks, on September 26.
Flying mounts became part of our lives again in Burning Crusade Classic, and flying continues to be a big part of the game in Wrath of the Lich King Classic.
I'm really glad that flying is now available in Zereth Mortis, but I'm also confused as to why it had to be unlocked in the first place.
After years of riding the game's flight paths on majestic Gryphons and lithe Windriders, players would take the reins themselves in Burning Crusade.
One of the biggest questions that arose when Blizzard announced the leveling squish in Shadowlands was "How is flying going to work?" And now that the Shadowlands alpha is out, we finally have an answer.
Battle for Azeroth has been a mount collector's dream.
We're getting so many awesome mounts in the new zones in patch 8.2.
During today's WoW Q&A at BlizzCon, the World of Warcraft developers confirmed Battle For Azeroth would mimic how Legion allowed players to unlock flying.
Ok, hear me out on this one.
The day has finally arrived: we can fly in Draenor.