WoW: Dragonflight will receive two major content updates in 2023, in addition to four minor updates
World of Warcraft The Dragonflight expansion will receive two major content updates in 2023, Blizzard has announced, with four minor updates also scheduled to roll out next year.
The two major updates will include everything players expect from a major content update: new raids, regions, and seasonal rewards. Minor updates will include more story content, evergreen events, updates to older game systems, and more opportunities to take feedback from the community, according to a report. blog post from WoW executive producer Holly Longdale.
When the first update will arrive, players won’t have to wait too long. The The recently announced Commercial Postal Systemalong with the ability to stream shoddy and normal quality items and some new world content coming to the Primordial Tomorrow region, coming “early next year” with update 10.0 .5.
The next update on the notebooks will be 10.0.7, which will introduce new story quests involving Dracthyr’s return to the Forbidden Reach to learn more about their origins and future. Longdale teased the plot that will set up the next main story for Dragonflight, and when it’s over, “it’s clear what our next destination should be.” That update will also include the long-awaited Human and Orc Heritage armor quests, etc.
Longdale admits that Blizzard’s track record when it comes to releasing new content for subscription-based MMORPG players to immerse themselves in over the past few years has fallen short over the past few years. That’s something the team is looking to change in Dragonflight.
“In planning the way forward after the release of Dragonflight, we took into account our player’s obligation to nurture this living world and frankly the need to do better than we do. did recently.” Longdale wrote. “Our goal for Dragonflight is to always have something close by, with a new update hitting our test fields shortly after the final one is out and in your hands. .”
Longdale writes, “the goal is simply more Warcraft: more stories, more content, more rewards, more events, more tech improvements, with less downtime between them.” Her statement, combined with the recent news that WoW veteran Chris Metzen is returning to work on the Warcraft universe As creative advisor, it looks like 2023 could be the year WoW once again finds its footing after two years of the game’s Shadowlands expansion and the sparse content updates it entailed.
So far, the new expansion is off to a great start. In GameSpot’s WoW: Dragonflight review underwaywe were “impressed by how a handful of new ideas, along with major changes to some old ones, breathe new life into Blizzard’s flagship game.”
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