The first wing of Aberrus the Shadowed Crucible LFR will release alongside other difficulties in Dragonflight Season 2
Dragonflight patch 10.1 will release the week of May 1, and the following week will see the start of Season 2 alongside the opening of the new raid Aberrus the Shadowed Crucible.
Yesterday I was feeling a little down about LFR but as the Dwarves say "Khaz'goroth doesn't close a forge without opening a keg" so I'm now getting ready to send a toon into Mythic+ dungeons in preparation for Season 2.
In my years of playing World of Warcraft I've taken advantage of most of the game modes and content available in both PVE and PVP.
One thing I don't like doing in MMOs is leading groups.
Shadowlands season 4 arrived this week, and with it Fated raids across all difficulties.
Raiding in World of Warcraft has seen a lot of ups and downs over the years, starting off as a massive undertaking that required up to 40 people and evolving through the 10 and 25 man raid sizes of The Burning Crusade up into the current flexible/ 20 player Mythic sizes we have today.
The Sepulcher of the First Ones raid is now open in Normal and Heroic for the first eight bosses.
Cross-faction gameplay is coming to World of Warcraft — at least in a limited fashion that will allow players to run dungeons and raids.
With the release of Endwalker last month I've been playing a lot of Final Fantasy XIV, and one of the activities I've devoted more time to is group content -- not only the FFXIV version of World of Warcraft dungeons called "duties," but also the raid equivalents that are available in 8-player or 24-player varieties.
In World of Warcraft patch 9.1.5 Battle for Azeroth raid instances were all placed on Legacy Loot, which means that when they are killed -- rather than using the personal loot system and thus potentially dropping nothing at all -- these raids will now drop an assortment of gear when killed, not limited to or restricted to pieces that your character would usually have on their loot table.