Blizzard announced which the traditional pre-expansion patch for World of Warcraft will come in two phases before the release of the game’s ninth expansion, Dragonflight. Previous patches introduced new features and gameplay changes before expansion.
Phase one of the previous patch will go live next week, on October 25. This phase focuses on features that will be free to all. Oh player. The The talent system is being improvedwith talent trees reintroduced for the first time since 2012 Pandaria Mist expansion. The new user interface will go live, with a modernized look and feel and new customization features, and new accessibility features will be added. New class and race combinations will become possible when rogue, priest, and mage classes are made available to all races for the first time. And there will be a new ranked player-versus-player mode in the form of Ranked Solo Shuffle.
Phase two, on November 15th, is when players pre-purchased Dragonflight will have access to Dracthyr Evoker race and caste. The first locked combination of race and caste to recommend Oh – only members of the Dracthyr race can be Evokers and no other class is available to them – Evoker starts at level 58, just has a pre-expansion level cap of 60, and can specializes in ranged damage or healing. Their new starting area Forbidden Reach will also be added.
Also on November 15, players will have access to a new dungeon, Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr, and Primal Storm quests and world events will begin setting the stage for the Dragonflight plot.
Dragonflight launched on November 28th and introduced the Dragon Isles continent, a new form of flight in Ride a dragonan overhaul of trades and more.