The upcoming event Secrets of Azeroth event starting August 31 has so many tones of globe hopping and clues for players to decipher as we unravel the mystery of who is committing a series of thefts, it feels like they missed a step by not calling it "Where in the World of Warcraft is Carmen Sandiego." All they really need to add is a kicking a capella theme song.
World of Warcraft's latest patch, 10.1.5, followed a tradition now dating back to Legion by introducing a "mega-dungeon" to the game.
It's an exciting moment in the history of World of Warcraft: the clock is ticking for Azeroth’s heroes to protect both future and past against the threat of the Infinites in Dragonflight patch 10.1.5, Fractures in Time, which launches today.
While patches 10.1 and 10.2 are considered the "larger" content releases according to Dragonflight's 2023 roadmap, patch 10.1.5 is still bringing a decent amount of content -- a continuation of the Dragonflight story focusing on the Bronze Dragonflight, the Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon, the new Augmentation specialization for Evoker, the PVE Time Rift event, and smaller activities like Whelp Daycare and Eon's Fringe daily quests.
Where to find the Eon’s Fringe quests and what rewards you earn from completing them in WoW patch 10.1.5
Dragonflight patch 10.1.5 Fractures in Time will put the Bronze Dragonflight front and center as the focal point of the Dragonflight story and as our main allies for this patch cycle, which means a new quest hub, Eon's Fringe, featuring the narrative of the Bronze.
While the new Whelp Daycare coming to World of Warcraft in patch 10.1.5 sounds both fun and adorable, I'm not sure that the mortal races can be trusted with the responsibility of raising baby Dragons safely and reliably.
Dragonflight patch 10.1.5 Fractures in Time has arrived!
Blizzard is continuing its ambitious plan of content releases with patch 10.1.5, which is due out on July 11 Even though this is an x.5 patch, it's a hefty one, featuring a new mega-dungeon, the new Augmentation Evoker specialization, a dragon daycare, the Kalimdor Grand Prix, and a whole lot more.
The World of Warcraft development team has announced an ambitious patch plan for Dragonflight in 2023, with patch 10.1.5 the fourth of six patches scheduled to go live before the end of the year and the second patch of Season Two.
Dragonflight patch 10.1.5 brings Dragonriding to the Old World and other quality of life improvements for flight
One of the more popular features of Dragonflight is Dragonriding with its soaring speeds and special customizations.