WoW Shadowlands Will Add Player-Requested Changes

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WoW Shadowlands Will Add Player-Requested Changes

Blizzard Entertainment has announced that World of Warcraft's next update will include several new features requested by the game's community. The iconic massively multiplayer online role-playing game has received continuous support since its release back in 2004. After a lengthy period without updates, the 9.1 update for World of Warcraft Shadowlands recently brought a number of drastic changes to the game.To get more news about safely buy wow gold, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

October 2020 marked the release of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, the most recent expansion for the beloved MMORPG. The large chunk of content introduced the Shadowlands, World of Warcraft's land of the dead, for players to explore for the first time. A new leveling system was also introduced in Shadowlands, brining the game's level cap down from 120 to 60 and reducing players' levels accordingly. New raids and dungeons were also introduced within the Shadowlands, and all races were given access to the deadly Death Knight class. However, a developer recently revealed that production of World of Warcraft halted following the lawsuit against Activision Blizzard.
A blog post from Blizzard Entertainment reveals that World of Warcraft's next update will be focused on player-requested updates. Shadowlands Update 9.1.5 will reportedly be brought to World of Warcraft's Public Test Realm next week, and the update will feature many quality-of-life changes. Covenant and conduit mechanics will be adjusted, making it easier to swap them and making it unnecessary for players to repeat covenant campaigns on alternate characters. More character customization options will also be included for certain races, with an official list of patch notes to be released before the update goes live.

Blizzard Entertainment's blog post also reveals that World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic's first update will arrive on September 15. The old-school WoW throwback recreates the MMORPG as it was during the release of its first expansion pack in 2007. The title's first update will reportedly include a pair of iconic raids, a new season of Arena combat and more. Like World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, Burning Crusade Classic will also receive a number of community-requested quality-of-life changes when the update drops.

Despite a period of inactivity, Blizzard Entertainment still seems committed to supporting World of Warcraft and its players. Quality-of-life changes may not be bombastic and exciting, but small tweaks are very important for maintaining the health of an ongoing game. Players will soon be able to experience the changes for themselves when World of Warcraft: Shadowlands' 9.1.5 update comes to the Public Test Realm next week.