Dragonflight patch 10.1.7 is now live, and it brought new, anticipated content like Heritage Armor quests, Holiday event updates, and even a ping system!
When Dragonflight patch 10.1.7 releases on September 5, it will have a few new quality-of-life and accessibility features, most notably a new ping system for players to use in all levels of content.
In a rare inside look at how the Warcraft team puts together WoW's timeline, Lead Narrative Designer Steve Danuser not only put WoW's history on a timeline -- he also stated, in no uncertain terms, we'd be having a bit of a time skip between the end of Shadowlands and the start of Dragonflight.
A look at the Ohn'ahra Plains from the WoW Dragonflight alpha.
The Waking Shores zone features an assortment of environments, with Proto-Drakes, raging Elementals, beautiful sunny valleys, golden shores, ashen desolation, dragon architecture, and breathtaking Red Dragonflight areas.
The Azure Span is a beautiful zone in the upcoming Dragonflight expansion with a lot of different biomes to explore -- including a re-appearance of the Tuskarr.
Dragonriding is a major feature in the upcoming Dragonflight expansion for World of Warcraft.
A look at the currently available zone maps for WoW: Dragonflight on the alpha.