Over the past year, Blizzard came with new updates for World of Warcraft, and the fans of the multiplayer online role-playing game weren’t happy as they felt they hadn’t received any rewards as playing the new World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth expansion. Also, the players felt that Blizzard focused on putting more overall playtime, rather than focusing on improving the quality of the fourth released expansion pack in the Warcraft fantasy universe. Another thing that players aren’t happy about is the fact that Blizzard does not communicate with the player base.
Nevertheless, it seems that Blizzard will take actions as it will come with a new update for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth named Rise of Azshara, available from June 25th, this year.
Coming as magnificent news for the fans of World of Warcraft, the developers revealed that the highly expected Patch 8.2, named “Rise of Azshara,” will be available in less than a week and will be filled with some excellent characteristics, like a new dungeon, a new raid, and two new zones Nazjatar and Mechagon.
What Would World of Warcraft “Rise of Azshara” Bring?
The fans are relieved to find out that the new update will be available to download sooner as they expected and that it will add some cool features to the game. If you want to make an idea about how ‘Rise of Azshara” update is going to be, here are some of the essential characteristics that it will have:
The two new brand-zones: Nazjatar and Mechagon.
- Heart of Azeroth Essence system.
- Azshara’s Eternal Palace as a new raid, and Megadungeon with the Operation Mechagon.
- Pathfinder Part 2 will help players to unlock flying in all zones, whether old or new ones.
- Slots for the Mount Equipment.
- War Campaign will continue in the game.
- Heritage Armor for Gnome and Tauren.
- Stratholme Battle Pet dungeon.
- New items to collect, like pets, mounts, or toys.
- All professions will have new and improved items.
Remember, the new “Rise of Azshara” Patch 8.2 for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth would come out on June 25th.
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