Recently we learned that tier sets will not have tier bonuses in Battle for Azeroth, and they won't really exist as we've known them for the past 13 years.
World of Warcraft has weapon restrictions built into its class system.
One of the most anticipated micro-holidays just arrived in World of Warcraft, and it's inspiring both transmog addicts and non-addicts to take a shot at earning first place and earn the glory of knowing you look fine as fel.
Transmog addicts rejoice -- the Trial of Style is making its debut in World of Warcraft today!
Patch 7.3 has a lot of new stuff coming that players would likely be interested in -- new mounts, pets, and even a few items for transmog hunters.
Transmog has kept me playing WoW even while I'm having personal reasons to play less. I can't make a raid schedule reliably anymore, I neither have the time nor the ability. But I can transmog whenever I want, however I want. And that kind of flexibility is something that the game has always desperately needed.
It's no secret that I don't like PvP in WoW and I haven't since the Burning Crusade days.
If I were going to be honest I'd admit up front that I haul my alts through older content for a variety of reasons.
We're getting sets in patch 7.2, which is pretty great.
I've been on the PTR for patch 7.2 a bit this weekend, testing out things like the tweaks to the transmog system and the Demon Invasion systems.
I don't need anything in Ulduar.
I like my gear to match.
I love transmogrification in World of Warcraft.
Both Overwacth and Heroes of the Storm have variant skins for their heroes.
What could Blizzard add to World of Warcraft that could be a feature which you could utterly sink into, or utterly disregard?
The Wardrobe is will be here on July 19 when patch 7.0 launches.