The Shadowlands redesign of Heirloom gear, which removed XP bonuses, has made Heirlooms a lot less apealing.
If you missed the Winds of Wisdom buff, don’t worry because XP costs per level just got nerfed into the ground
If you didn't manage to get all your alts leveled to 60 in World of Warcraft over the past few weeks when the Winds of Wisdom buff made it faster than ever to level, don't worry.
The stars have aligned this week, with a confluence of experience boosts that can help your WoW characters zoom to max level with up to 300% bonus XP.
The Dragon Isles are a vast new unexplored continent for us to adventure through in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.
At BlizzCon 2019, Blizzard announced that a brand new approach to leveling was coming in Shadowlands. Instead of leveling — and outleveling — our way through a sliver of every expansion's story, we would level through a single expansion for a more coherent experience.
WoW Shadowlands will have a level 60 cap.
Today's Deep Dive panel revealed further information about leveling changes coming to WoW in Shadowlands.
In today's World of Warcraft What's Next panel, Ion Hazzikostas revealed that, along with the level squish to 60, all previous expansion zones will scale to your level.
I don't think it's disputable that leveling in World of Warcraft is utterly and completely disjointed.
I wrote this post about how leveling in World of Warcraft could be fixed without resorting to a level squish.