Just in case you've forgotten, patch 10.1 is coming out in a month.
Trader's Tender is the currency used to buy items from the Trading Post in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, so those of us who are interested in the rewards just released with April's Trading Post are spending a lot of time trying to figure out the optimal way to gather as much of it as possible.
The Storm's Fury World Event, new for patch 10.0.5, is similar to past events due to its reoccurring nature, which allows you to farm for epic loots and other prizes like a battle pet, a mount, and other baubles of victory.
Today is the release of the first World of Warcraft Dragonflight patch — 10.0.5 — and we have an extended downtime ahead of us.
Patch 10.0.5 for World of Warcraft's Dragonflight expansion release date is January 24, so it's now live!
Patch 10.0.5 brings us the Trading Post, a new reward system for World of Warcraft on a monthly rotation (the first one begins February 1) that allows you to earn currency by logging on to WoW during a month as well as completing the Battle Pass itself.
The World of Warcraft team recently released the Dragonflight content roadmap for 2023, outlining six planned patch releases throughout the year to ensure a consistent stream of updates players can look forward to, including the first patch, arriving today, January 24.
The initial patch of Dragonflight, patch 10.0.5, arrives this week.
The World of Warcraft development team today unveiled their plans for Dragonflight during 2023 and it is quite ambitious: six content patches, two more seasons of Mythic+ and PVP, two raids, a megadungeon, new heritage armor quest chains, and not one but two updates to holidays.