Blizzard announces the launch of the World of Warcraft expansion Dragonflight on November 29, 2022. This confirms the date that was leaked in advance. Even before the addon release, the new Dracthyr class should also be unlocked as part of a pre-patch.
Beginning in late November, WoW players will have access to the Dragon Isles and the new features of the Dragonflight expansion. In addition to the callers of the Dracthyr (race and class), this includes the new dragon riding, a completely revised talent, and profession system, further options for personalizing the user interface (UI), and of course the classics – new dungeons, raids and increasing the maximum level.
Dragonflight Release: Classic launch expected from midnight
In Germany, as is usual for Blizzard, the starting signal should fall at midnight on the night of November 28th to 29th, 2022 (Tuesday). Furthermore, the developers are already announcing that the first raid (raid) – the vault of the incarnation – will open its doors in the week starting December 12, 2022, probably on December 14 at 9 a.m.
In the same period, the first season for Mythic+ dungeons and PvP (player vs. player) will also start. In the run-up to the release of World of Warcraft Dragonflight, an experience buff (+50%) will enable faster leveling of new or secondary characters in the week of October 4th, in order to bring other classes more quickly to the current maximum level of 60.
The so-called “Winds of Wisdom” will last until the pre-patch, for which no official date has yet been announced. However, one can assume the end of October. Then the new Dracthyr class should also be added to the game. Until then, WoW Dragonflight can be tried out via Blizzard’s beta server until further notice, as long as you have already gained access.
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