World Of Warcraft Patch 6.2
Before I begin today’s column: A sincere apology to all readers who have been patiently waiting for another installment in the Plaguebearer series.
Blizzard has just released the official patch notes for World of Warcraft patch 6.2, Fury of Hellfire.
In a new tweet this afternoon from the @WarcraftDevs account, the World of Warcraft team announced that starting with the launch of patch 6.2, loot from the Midsummer Fire Festival would increase from its current 635 to 670 item level.
There are a lot of new battle pets headed our way for patch 6.2. We've covered them in shorter posts as they were discovered, but now that 6.2 is imminent, here's a full list of all the new pets coming your way and how you can get your own.
With the recent end of arena season announcement, and the fact that the latest PTR build is marked as a release candidate, it’s pretty clear that Patch 6.2 is largely done with development and will go live shortly. As such, it’s time to turn our attention to the Tier 18 Death Knight set bonuses that will be obtainable from the Hellfire Citadel raid.
Yesterday, fresh on the heels of the announcement that flying was coming back to Draenor, the Blizzard team released a preview of one of the biggest features coming to World of Warcraft in patch 6.2: the shipyard.
Monks have had their ups and downs since their introduction in Mists of Pandaria, but just where will they fit come patch 6.2?
A new set of updates for the patch 6.2 PTR have been released, and although there are a few general and UI changes to be found, this update seems to be more focused on class changes and updates.
The most recent build to the World of Warcraft patch 6.2 PTR brings four new factions with a bunch of new faction rewards including pets, toys, a mount speed boost, new apexis gear and yes, a new fel raven flying mount.
Scarce updates in the latest round of patch note updates for the patch 6.2 PTR suggest that WoW's latest patch is heading our way sooner rather than later.