One of the things that's evolved over time in World of Warcraft, and is going to evolve more in The War Within, is that you can make choices about what you get up to in the game.
Each season of Mythic+ has started bringing new dungeons with it, and Dragonflight patch 10.2 will be no different with a refreshed Mythic+ rotation that's a mix of a little new but mostly old.
Ever since Blizzard replaced Challenge Modes with Mythic+ dungeons in Legion, there have been pools of affixes -- additional effects like Grievous or Storming that each add additional difficulty to the dungeon beyond just the baseline Mythic+ expectation of "everything has more hit points and hits harder." These affixes rotate on a weekly basis, and to keep it from getting stale, Blizzard changes things from season to season, rotating the available dungeon pool, tweaking existing affixes, and adding a seasonal affix which always appear at keystone level 10 and above.
Community Manager Randy Jordan took to the World of Warcraft forums to announce the removal of the caps on both Conquest and Valor that players can earn, coming February 14 with the weekly reset.
One thing I don't like doing in MMOs is leading groups.
A storm is a-brewin' in Dragonflight Mythic+, with the Thundering seasonal affix now in testing on beta. The affix sends a storm through your group on a predictable timer (currently one minute and fifteen seconds).
With World of Warcraft's Dragonflight expansion launching on November 28, we now have details on the dungeons and raids that will be available at launch. Dragonflight includes eight new dungeons, all of which will be available on day one, as well as one raid — Vault of the Incarnates — that will open on December 13.
With Shadowlands Season 4 bringing Grimrail Depot to the Mythic+ rotation, Blizzard fixed motion sickness problems in the dungeon
Shadowlands Season 4, which just arrived alongside patch 9.2.5, includes new Mythic+ dungeons from this expansion as well as Battle for Azeroth, Legion, and Warlords of Draenor.
Mythic raiders in Sepulcher of the First Ones will soon be able to join their friends across servers.
Man, I would love to see the original version of Sunken Temple as a Mythic+ dungeon when the first Season of Dragonflight launches.