What's new in World of Warcraft?

World of Worldcraft, one of the most well-known games in the gaming community, is preparing for its next big update. With this update, many new events will be added to the game.

Blizzard unveiled the next major patch for World of Warcraft. The 8.3 update, called "Visions of N'zoth", will be released for testing today. This update comes with many different innovations.

First, two different races are added to the game. Vulpera, fox-like for the Horde façade; For the Alliance front, Mechagnomes, a robotic race, will be added. The update also brings some changes that fans have been demanding for years, including a renovated auction house that promises to make shopping easier.

Other innovations that will come with the update:

A new raid mode will be added to the game with the new patch. This raid, called Ny’alotha, will include 12 bosses, resulting in the final fight against the old God N'zoth. There will also be some differences in the world of World of Warcraft. Especially the Uldum and Vale of Eternal Blossoms will remain under the attacks of the Old God. On this occasion, Vale of Eternal Blossoms is re-opened for players who long for the region's grandeur.

Visions of N’Zoth will include some challenges in alternative versions of capitals Stormwind and Ogrimmar. As a result of this mode, where you can participate with one person or with any number of people up to 5, players will be rewarded with a cloak that can empower them. The Goblin and Worgen breeds will also receive a kind of heritage armor with a cosmetic set specific to their breed.


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In August, Blizzard released the World of Warcraft Classic. However, many players chose to switch to the old version of the game. Since the release of Classic, the first update to the modern version of the game will be the 8.3 update.