The War Campaign is officially ending in patch 8.2.5 — but what does that mean for patch 8.3 and the end of Battle for Azeroth?
For those of us who are focused on Battle for Azeroth there's been a bit of a lull in terms of news about the game, with an understandable focus on WoW Classic.
It's September 10th as I write this, and we've heard very little about patch 8.2.5 as yet -- there's been little movement on the PTR about it, which means that we have no real idea when it will drop.
As of right now, I see two contradictory paths that patch 8.3 could take.
Lately, World of Warcraft patches alternate between x.x and x.x.5, such as the current patch 8.2 and the upcoming patch 8.2.5.
To be succinct, I have no idea what the end raid of this expansion will be. Battle for Azeroth has done an incredible job of making it so that I can't be sure how it's going to end.
Right now, in Battle for Azeroth we know that this patch is about the fighting between the Horde and Alliance.