Blizzard tells us which dungeons and raids won’t be available for cross faction play on patch 9.2.5 release
If you're like me, you have a lot of friends on the other side of the faction divide, and so you may have been waiting patiently...
We still have a lot to learn about the coming dungeons and raids in World of Warcraft Dragonflight, but there are a few juicy tidbits out there.
Raiding in World of Warcraft has seen a lot of ups and downs over the years, starting off as a massive undertaking that required up to 40 people and evolving through the 10 and 25 man raid sizes of The Burning Crusade up into the current flexible/ 20 player Mythic sizes we have today.
I've been thinking about this one for a while -- with timewalking basically extending the life of various dungeons in World of Warcraft almost indefinitely, there's a lot of cool stuff in there, and it scales up to level -- what if we could run old raids with a group of five players and get loot scaled for the current expansion, perhaps even run those raids as Mythic+ dungeons?
With Shadowlands and the Sanctum of Domination raid, Blizzard has put out a 10-encounter raid for the capstone of patch 9.1.
Patch 9.1 has been on the PTR since April, and now we finally have a release date: June 29.
Burning Crusade Classic has been out for four days and the raids have already been cleared.
The Burning Crusade had a series of raids throughout its time, from 10 player raids like Karazhan and Zul'Aman to the seven 25 player raids.
Patch 9.1, the first major patch in Shadowlands, will come with a brand new 10-boss raid: Sanctum of Domination.
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