We're officially in the pre-expansion lull, and as always many players will take advantage of the time to solo old expansions or farm rare mounts.
The arrival of Shadowlands patch 9.2 and the new zone of Zereth Mortis has resulted in a wealth of new mounts and pets to collect.
Shadowlands patch 9.2 brought World of Warcraft players to the new zone of Zereth Mortis, a land of enlightened brokers, automata, and Jiro struggling to fend off the Jailer’s Mawsworn forces, while the heroes raid the Sepulcher of the First Ones to stop Zovaal.
Island Expeditions to be soloable in patch 9.1.5, so you can finally collect the mounts, pets, and transmog you’ve been looking for
Yes, that's right -- in patch 9.1.5 you'll be able to solo queue for Island Expeditions, so you'll be able to run Expeditions by yourself or with up to two friends rather than having to wait for others to queue up.
The latest Shadowlands patch continues the Covenant campaign and rewards flying upon the completion of the Chapter 4 quest line which unlocks at Renown 47.
Shadowlands patch 9.1 brought a lot of changes to the Maw, including the highly-desired ability to mount without being a druid or obtaining any of the three mounts that previously helped you bypass the restriction.
Sometimes you have to take your good news when you can find it.
With the arrival of Shadowlands patch 9.0.5, World of Warcraft players are beginning to receive the winner of last year's mount poll, the Wandering Ancient.
In the Diablo: What's Next panel at BlizzConline, game director Luis Barriga gave a lot more information about mounts in Diablo 4, including the ability to personalize them.
I see arguments and division every time a new mount is discovered in World of Warcraft, and I'm confused by it, because it seems like no matter how that mount is available to players, someone is upset by it.