The Dragon Isles are a vast new unexplored continent for us to adventure through in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.
Patch 9.1.5 is bringing some alt-friendly improvements to the Shadowlands, so if you've been thinking of leveling up a new character you may want to hold off until the patch comes out.
We all knew that Blizzard was going to do something to heirlooms when the level squish and leveling changes came in Shadowlands, the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion.
During an inverview with content creator MrGM, Lead Game Designer for World of Warcraft Morgan Day revealed that, with the release of the next expansion, Shadowlands, heirlooms will no longer provide an XP bonus.
With the big leveling changes coming in WoW Shadowlands, we're all wondering just how long it will take us to reach max level on our mains and on our alts.
At BlizzCon 2019, Blizzard announced that a brand new approach to leveling was coming in Shadowlands. Instead of leveling — and outleveling — our way through a sliver of every expansion's story, we would level through a single expansion for a more coherent experience.
The leveling experience is drastically changing in WoW Shadowlands.
WoW Shadowlands will have a level 60 cap.
In WoW’s new expansion, Shadowlands, we’ll be sent to four new zones, each of which have their own race that we can choose to ally with.
In the next World of Warcraft expansion, Shadowlands, we'll finally be getting the level squish that has been talked about for so long.