This week's been full of exciting Shadowlands news, not the least of which was about Heirloom gear and how Blizzard is planning on changing them to be beneficial in the upcoming leveling system.
A time skip happening after (or perhaps during) Shadowlands isn't out of the question -- Game Director Ion Hazzikostas informed us that time does not work the same in that realm as it does in Azeroth, after all.
In Shadowlands, the Night Fae Covenant shows us the mirror to the Emerald Dream and the darker half of the Wheel of Life.
Shadowlands is bringing back the class fantasy feeling of Legion, so much that they cheekily called it "The Unpruning" — undoing the "surgical pruning" that had been happening since Warlords of Draenor.
World of Warcraft is adding a whole lot of customization options in its latest expansion, Shadowlands.
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?
In Shadowlands, the Necrolord Covenant is considered the military might of the Shadowlands and protects it against external forces that wage war against the enemies of Death.
In Shadowlands, the Venthyr Covenant is all about punishment and atonement.
In case you missed it, World of Warcraft's Lead Narrative Designer Steve Danuser did an interview with Taliesin and Evitel, which the folks at Wowhead liveblogged.
When WoW Shadowlands launches, there will be a new way to earn Legendary gear.