You only have a week to finish the War of Thorns pre-patch quests and earn your Undercity and Teldrassil mounts
With Tuesday's reset, we will be in the final week of Legion -- yes, next week is the launch of Battle for Azeroth. This means that the final bit of patch 8.0 content will become available, and it will be available to everyone, regardless of whether or not they have pre-purchased Battle.
Blizzard didn’t intend to make leveling slower in patch 8.0… but it is
Back in patch 7.3.5, the World of Warcraft developers rebalanced the game's low level content and intentionally slowed down the rate at which characters level up.
What do you do when you don’t want to play?
I'm going to be up front -- I don't want to play WoW right now.
Gated story content won’t go away — so how would you change it to make it better?
Over the years, Blizzard has tweaked World of Warcraft's content-release schedule over and over and over.
How’s patch 8.0 treating you so far?
My addons are broken.
Are the WoW servers up yet? Yes!
Update: Yes, the servers are up.
Don’t panic — here’s what to look for and do when you jump in to patch 8.0
When talking about a patch that alters the game as drastically as Patch 8.0 does, I want to advise you to not panic.
Hold up! Before you try and log in today, don’t forget to fix your addons
Today's the day!
What did (or didn’t) you complete before 8.0, and how do you feel about that?
Today marks the official launch of World of Warcraft's patch 8.0 -- the pre-patch for Battle for Azeroth, an expansion which we'll be playing in a little under a month.
Don’t say goodbye to Teldrassil yet — Battle for Azeroth pre-patch notes promise another week of tree-hugging for all
WoW's patch 8.0 is due out tomorrow, and with it, the game world is shifting under our feet.