The options for WoW fans are hopeful.
There is very little time left before content updates arrive at one of the most important .s in the industry. And, in case you were wondering, yes, we are talking about World of Warcraft. Also, there is good news for the fans who were waiting for it, since recently Blizzard Entertainment released World of Warcraft 10.0.5 patch notes.
Taking into account that the last expansion of Dragonflight generated some controversy in terms of its narrative and even one other detail that, in a certain way, the company did not consider when launching this new multiplayer story, things seem to be going relatively well. So, almost two months after the arrival of the ninth expansion, the news for its players is encouraging with the arrival of this new patch, but do you know what the updates will be?
Well, in case you still haven’t read the official note, here you will have information about the most relevant points of patch 10.0.5 and surely you are interested in knowing what the company has prepared for the next few days. Read on to find out.
The first update after the release of Dragonflight finally arrives
As is an annual custom, World of Warcraft brought a rabbit mount to commemorate Chinese New Year. Thus, the beginning starts from January 22 and will be governed by the symbol of the water rabbit (the fourth of the 12 animals belonging to the Chinese zodiac). Thus, the mount was named “Jade, Brilliant Foresight” by Blizzard.
But this is not all, the also well-known Spring Festival (or Lunar New Year) will be closely tied to the new content of patch 10.0.5. Then one would expect that the future royal updates of the Chinese holidays will be closely related to the World of Warcraft universe, as the developer company has pointed out for this 2023. However, not all the surprises that await fans of the popular . come together in the next patch, but in the spring there will also be patch 10.0.7 which will bring with it more content related to Chinese culture.
World of Warcraft patch 10.0.5 will be released next Tuesday, January 24. Ahead of the patch, Blizzard has released a list of items that will arrive with the update, including changes to various classes and specializations. Balance and Guardian Druids will see their talent trees redesigned, with some talents receiving point cost changes and some being removed from certain specializations. There have also been significant changes to the talent trees of other specializations, such as Discipline Priest, Brewmaster Monk, and Mistweaver Monk. Additionally, changes have been made to War Mode, Solo Mode, and the Crafting and Gathering professions. Click here to read the full patch notes.
World of Warcraft patch 10.0.5 will also include the new bazaar feature. The bazaar will allow players playing normally to earn currency that can be used to purchase cosmetic items that cannot be found over time or are difficult to obtain. Players will be able to earn up to 1,000 Trader Coins per month, 500 of which will be earned with an active World of Warcraft subscription. An additional 500 Trader Coins can be earned by completing tasks in the Trade Log, which has been compared to the Challenge Log of Final Fantasy 14 and the Battle Pass of free-to-play games like Overwatch 2. Some of the Tasks in the Trading Journal They can include activities like daily quests, raids, dungeons, PVP, and crafting, with new themes every month. A new event called Rage of the Storm will also be added to the game, which will have additional rewards for players.
Additionally, patch 10.0.5 will even have updates to the World of Warcraft UI. The ability to move and resize even more UI elements, such as experience and reputation bars, micromenu, and inventory bags, will be added when the update is released. With these features and more on the way, World of Warcraft looks set to continue its upward trend in 2023.
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