World of Warcraft Receives New Raid and Dungeon Mechanics Via Update

World of Warcraft launched in 2004 as a massively multiplayer online role-playing game, but it’s still a trendy and appreciated title. World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth didn’t have a great year in 2018, but Blizzard intends to change that in 2019 with new additions and content. In the first World of Warcraft update of 2019, the game receives new raid and dungeon mechanics, as well as other small changes.

The so-called Battle for Dazar’alor rolled out in World of Warcraft, and it seems to be the most special raid in the game’s history. In this one, different from the previous raids, each faction has its mission. The Alliance tries to attack the Horde city, while the Horde has to defend it. To complete the raid, both groups will fight every boss “in a how the other side saw it” flashback.

Along with the new update, the second season of Battle for Azeroth’s player-versus-player also reached World of Warcraft.

World of Warcraft Receives New Raid and Dungeon Mechanics Via Update

The new season Battle for Azeroth’s PvP boasts new rewards that gamers can earn through Battlegrounds and War Mode. Thanks to the World of Warcraft update with the new raid, the game also received significant loot rewards that would, most likely, attract the players. Via the patch, Mythic Keystones have their loot drops increased to 370 item level gear.

The Mythic Keystone of the end of the week can now scale all the way up to 410, as reported by Polygon tech news portal.

All these new changes in World of Warcraft, including new raid and dungeon mechanics, as well as the Mythic Keystone improvements and the addition of a fifth circle to the Azerite armor, emerge in the game before the World of Warcraft 8.2 patch which would roll out later this year and which Blizzard presented at BlizzCon 2018.

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