World of Warcraft Is Getting A New Patch, Here’s When It Goes Live

World of Warcraft is getting a new update. And according to Blizzard, it’s set to go live later this week.

Patch 6.2.3 goes live tomorrow, November 17th, and with it brings a wide array of new features, including cross-realm Mythic raiding, new Timewalking dungeons, the return of Valor, and the Grove Warden mount to name a few (pretty groovy if you ask me). The patch also signals the end of the current PvP season and the beginning of season three. During this season, players can earn the Warmongering Aspirant (PvP item level 715), Warmongering Combatant (ilvl 730), and Warmongering Gladiator (ilvl 740) sets. The very first Cataclysm Timewalking Bonus Event will also begin on November 18th, allowing players to take on Grim Batol, Stonecore, Lost City of Tol’vir, Vortex Pinnacle, Throne of Tides, and End Time.

World of Warcraft is available now exclusive for the PC. It’s newest expansion pack, called Legion, is set to release sometime next year.

 

 

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