Once patch 9.1 is released, you'll finally have something to spend your Phantasma on that you can take home with you from Torghast!
Torghast supposed to be an ever-changing prison, and living up to that theme, the Tower of the Damned is getting a major remodel in patch 9.1.
We know that Torghast will be changed in patch 9.1 to feel less horrible if you spend two hours in there and can't kill the boss with no way to complete your Soul Ash farming other than starting over.
Torghast is a fairly unique kind of content for World of Warcraft, combining aspects of previous systems like the Mage Tower, scenarios, the Horrific Visions from previous expansions, and adding in a touch of Diablo 3's Rifts.
I won't lie, while I like Torghast, I ended up feeling like it missed the boat in terms of delivering a satisfying single-player experience.
Let's start with a question -- what is the first word that comes to mind when you think of those beautiful Diablo 4 demos from BlizzCon 2019 and clips from BlizzConline?
This week is the Unbridled Darkness bonus event, the final of three special events on rotation in Torghast, and this is the first of the events that appears to have been inspired by a decade-old April Fool's Day joke -- the Tomb of Immortal Darkness.
The first patch for Shadowlands is patch 9.0.5, which just went live today.
We've all been there: Falling off the platforms in Mort'regar, getting an uninspiring series of anima powers ("Roots again?"), then dying to bosses that spent your run inhaling steroids, bench-pressing small mountains, and quietly chuckling as you approach, as the Tarragrue licks its lips.
Patch 9.1, the first major patch in Shadowlands, will come with a brand new 10-boss raid: Sanctum of Domination.