Getting to fly in World of Warcraft has been something players have enjoyed since it was added in the Burning Crusade expansion.
Patch 8.2 is right around the corner, and it's packed with so much content that it's kind of hard to keep up.
In patch 8.2, we'll finally be able to fly — and that includes the new zones we'll be going to.
Never having to ride that freaking water strider again! Never again! Die you accursed water bug! Ahem.
Sure, sure, patch 8.2 has two massive new zones, two megadungeons, more of the war campaign (what's going to happen to my buddy Baine?!), and a raid where we finally get to confront Azshara.
Patch 7.3.5 is switching up the way we level our alts in more ways than one.
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.
The Darkmoon Faire has been in game so long that even its fireworks and carnival games seem kind of dull.
Now that Blizzard has removed the Legion Assault achievement from the list of requirements to unlock flying in this expansion, the path to flight is open.