Patch 7.2 Ptr
We've known for a long time that Blizzard intends to balance WoW's Legendary items so players never feel disappointed when they get a Legendary drop.
Tank balance has come to the fore in the Nighthold raid.
The patch 7.2 PTR introduced two new tiers of Order Hall research.
In a new blog, the World of Warcraft team discussed some changes to the transmogrification system coming in patch 7.2.
The patch 7.2 PTR just went offline for a new build, and when it returns it will feature flying, class mount quests, changes to Mythic+ affixes and rewards, and the Cathedral of Endless Night dungeon.
WoW's latest patch 7.2 PTR build is here, and while it doesn't offer as much new content as last week's build — which added the entire Broken Shore — there are some definite points of interest.
When the patch 7.2 PTR came up yesterday, we knew the Broken Shore came with it — and today we have our first look at the Broken Shore assault courtesy of Wowhead.
The patch 7.2 PTR is about to get a new build, and it's a doozy.
Remember the flying controversy around Warlords of Draenor?
Way back at BlizzCon, during the World of Warcraft Q&A hosted by Wowhead's Panser, a question about the future of pet battles was asked.
As our friends at Wowhead noted, Patch 7.2 isn't just all about the Burning Legion with the introduction of the Broken Shore, new World Quests, and the Legionfall faction to work on.
One of the new features in Patch 7.2 is the Legion Assault, a retooled version of the pre-expansion Demon Invasions.
I've been on the PTR for patch 7.2 a bit this weekend, testing out things like the tweaks to the transmog system and the Demon Invasion systems.
Blizzard has started putting patch 7.2 on the PTR, testing out various features of the new patch like the Demon Assaults, the Pet Battle Dungeon, and best of all an update to tab targeting that will hopefully make it so when I hit tab I don't target something that's thirty yards away from me while six things are punching me in the face.
The patch notes for patch 7.1.5 were a bit last minute.
The folks at Wowhead have been datamining into the night and they've come out of said mines with a plethora of new models for mounts, including the BlizzCon 2016 surprise class mounts.