Shadowlands means a different way to level, with players able to choose an expansion or the Azeroth we've had since Cataclysm and leveling in it and it alone.
It's weird how a new expansion announcement hits me -- every time, it feels like I've just let out a breath I've been holding.
At BlizzCon 2019 we got the show-stopping announcement we've been waiting for: World of Warcraft's eighth expansion will be Shadowlands.
Today's Deep Dive panel revealed further information about leveling changes coming to WoW in Shadowlands.
In today's World of Warcraft What's Next panel, Ion Hazzikostas revealed that, along with the level squish to 60, all previous expansion zones will scale to your level.
The opening day of BlizzCon has given us a ton of new information regarding the future of World of Warcraft, and one of the most exciting announcements is a fundamental change to how alts will play in Shadowlands.
In the next World of Warcraft expansion, Shadowlands, we'll finally be getting the level squish that has been talked about for so long.
I don't think it's disputable that leveling in World of Warcraft is utterly and completely disjointed.
Leveling in WoW Classic lacks a lot of the amenities that we take for granted playing the live game in 2019.
A pocket guide to leveling through all the zones in WoW Classic, for that moment when you run out of quests.
With WoW Classic almost here, you may be planning your trip around Azeroth with zone levels in mind.