World of Warcraft fans can hardly complain about too little content right now. Just a few weeks ago, Wrath of the Lich King, one of the most popular expansions from the original, was released for WoW Classic and now Blizzard has confirmed the new WoW addon Dragonflight for this November.
If you want to get in the WoW mood, check out the trailer for the expansion here:
WoW: Dragonflight – Visually stunning trailer has more dragons than a meadow in autumn
All information about the release
More precisely Dragonflight will be released in Europey on November 29 at midnight, i.e. in the night between November 28th and 29th. The addon will be released in the USA on November 28th. The date might mean something to attentive fans. A leak at Activision Blizzard has already predicted that date for the release of Dragonflight, as well as the release of Wrath of the Lich King Classic and Warzone 2.
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If the rest of the information in the leak also proves to be correct, the prepatch for Dragonflight will start on October 25th. However, this information has not yet been confirmed and should therefore be treated with caution.
Even more announcements
A 50 percent XP boost will also start on October 4th and is expected to last almost three weeks. Dragonflight raids start on December 13th.
Dragonflight is currently in beta. We were able to play a bit in the alpha and were very optimistic after seven hours. You can read what we didn’t like and what we liked in the following article:
After 7 hours in WoW Dragonflight, our hopes are high
If you want to find out more information about the new expansion, take a look at our large overview of WoW Dragonflight over.
Are you now circling November 29th in red on your calendar or do you prefer to skip the next WoW expansion? Write it to us in the comments!