Last week, during the Rise of Azshara preview livestream hosted by World of Warcraft Senior Game Designer Jeremy Feasel (also known as Muffinus on Twitter) we got some details about the new heritage armor sets coming to the Alliance and Horde in patch 8.2, and I have to say, I'm very excited about what little we currently know.
Never having to ride that freaking water strider again! Never again! Die you accursed water bug! Ahem.
Patch 8.1.5 is well underway, which means our thoughts have turned to what's happening next: patch 8.2, the Rise of Azshara.
This past week, I did the quest to get my Dwarven Heritage Armor.
During the BlizzCon 2018 World of Warcraft What's Next panel, Ion Hazzikostas announced the release date for Battle for Azeroth's next big update: December 11, just about five weeks away.
Earlier this week, Ion Hazzikostas revealed a whole heck of a lot of information about upcoming World of Warcraft features.
Patch 8.1 loosens reputation restrictions and introduces Heritage Armor for non-Allied Races (but just two for now)
Transmog enthusiasts or Heritage Armor fans in general have something to look forward to with patch 8.1.
I really do love the details on the Allied Race Heritage Armor.
Battle for Azeroth pre-orders are officially live, and with them, players will find they've been given a fresh level-110 character boost.
Allied Races are one of the most anticipated features of Battle for Azeroth.