I find myself having a much harder time getting my alts to max level in Shadowlands than I did in Battle for Azeroth, but I know some people have multiple alts to 60 and in full Covenant gear, and I'm a trifle impressed.
With the level squish coming to World of Warcraft fairly soon, I'm sitting here wondering about what will happen when Shadowlands is replaced by whatever the next expansion will be.
During an inverview with content creator MrGM, Lead Game Designer for World of Warcraft Morgan Day revealed that, with the release of the next expansion, Shadowlands, heirlooms will no longer provide an XP bonus.
With the Timewalking Black Temple coming in 7.2.5 and the recent change to scaling for mobs in the Broken Isles, I started thinking about how far we could go with scaling up old content.
I'm not talking about "Hey, it's a new expansion, level through these new zones and see new quests/do new things" leveling -- I honestly think that's some of Blizzard's strongest game design and has been since Mists of Pandaria.
At BlizzCon 2015's Legion panel, Ion Hazzikostas revealed that the expansion will now have a much more open world feel, with zones scaling to match the level of the player.