It was only through rampant anti-Spelltome propaganda from people with sinister motives that we ended up with a walking tree mount, so we're glad to see the Soaring Spelltome mount coming to World of Warcraft this coming week, when Legion Timewalking comes back to the game.
World of Warcraft Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is now live, and with it will come Legion Timewalking and the return of the Mage Tower for two weeks starting on December 7th.
I mean, not just Torghast -- I feel like the return of Legion's Mage Tower in patch 9.1.5 and the Horrific Visions from Battle for Azeroth should also have taught them a few things -- but I'm definitely curious what you guys think the Torghast (and to a lesser extent, the Maw and Korthia) experience should teach Blizzard about making soloable content for players.
Players have wanted the Mage Tower from Legion back ever since it went away at the end of that selfsame expansion, and now Blizzard has confirmed that Mage Tower challenges are returning patch 9.1.5.
With the tantalizing possibility of the Mage Tower returning during Legion Timewalking, I immediately started thinkng about other gameplay elements that were once big and which fell out of favor in later World of Warcraft expansions.
I won't lie, while I like Torghast, I ended up feeling like it missed the boat in terms of delivering a satisfying single-player experience.
Good news, everyone!
Torghast, Tower of the Damned is one of the most anticipated features of World of Warcraft's upcoming expansion, Shadowlands.
I was so excited for Horrific Visions when Blizzard first unveiled them.
We've all had this experience -- you log in to review patch notes, skim-skim-skim and wait, what is this weird new thing?