Shadowlands has just received what is very likely to be its final content patch with 9.2.5.
Patch 9.2.5 added the ability to obtain a set of Dark Ranger customizations for your Night Elf, Blood Elf, or Void Elf characters, as well as a new title, and a new Dark Ranger transmog set for Hunters.
Today is the release of patch 9.2.5 -- the final patch of Shadowlands -- which means an extended downtime, and today's was a doozy.
Shadowlands patch 9.2.5 is a unique one for a final patch of an expansion.
In Shadowlands patch 9.2.5, at long last the division between Horde and Alliance is lifted!
There's been a lot of consternation in the World of Warcraft community that the imminent arrival of patch 9.2.5 and a new season 4 would result in a much shorter time frame to obtain Shadowlands' version of the final raid's Ahead of the Curve mount: the Carcinized Zerethsteed.
Patch 9.2.5 next week, and we're getting Cross-Faction Grouping, a feature I've wanted for years and years.
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...
The World of Warcraft Shadowlands patch 9.2.5 release candidate from a few days ago is apparently the release candidate, because Blizzard has posted to their official site that we're getting patch 9.2.5 next week, on May 31.
I just returned to Azeroth after a few months off and I'm trying to figure out which of my characters to focus on and get through into Zerethh Mortis, and I realized that Shadowlands is the first World of Warcraft expansion where I stopped playing for an extended period of time.