Blizzard has revealed Visions of N'zoth as the next update to World of Warcraft. Patch 8.3 will include new allied races, an improved auctionhouse, and many attractions related to the Eternal God.
It's not hard to see that World of Warcraft players have been focusing their attention on the classic version of this production in recent weeks. The creators have made the latest announcement, which should please fans of the same. Ion Hazzikostas of Blizzard announced that Dire Maul will be available in the game on October 15. It was originally planned to appear in the second phase of the update. This update also includes the honor system, world bosses, and other features. The developers made it available earlier than expected, which should make the wait less painful for the rest.
WoW Classic is doing well, but the developers don't forget about the main game.
He would be wrong to accuse Blizzard of abandoning World of Warcraft's original version in favor of its old counterpart. The latest footage, Visions of N'ztoth, focuses on the next major content pack for Battle for Azeroth Update 8.3. The patch will be focused on the fight against the Eternal God, true to its name. These are the ones we will encounter, for example, in a raid in Ny'aloth's dormant capital. There we will be confronted by twelve powerful bosses as well as N'zoth.
Before we storm the capital of Black Empire, we will have the chance to practice our title visions. Horrific Visions will show us what could happen to Azeroth if N'zoth is not defeated using the main cities and Horde cities: Ogrimmar, Stormwind. Even though we will be able to travel alone into the darkest parts of the Eternal Lord's mind, it is not likely that we will be able cross the river in large groups. Because N'zoth's mental attacks will cause us to have a hard time understanding the world and the gameplay mechanics. Special upgrades, such as the legendary cloak that will be created to aid returning Wrathion (or Gniewion, as Hearthstone translators prefer to call it), will gradually reduce the evil influence.
N'Zoth's armies will soon launch an attack on Azeroth.
This announcement will be accompanied by new assaults (Assaults on Titan Outposts) and the announcement of two allied races for each faction. The Horde will be joined theVulperaHuman-shaped foxes, from the Vol'dun Desert. Mechagnomes will support the Covenant forces - fully or partially automated gnomes, who are currently trying to abandon their mortal bodies. Like other allied races, heroes from them will begin the game at level 20. However, we'll only be able to access them after completing similar missions. The Vulper will require us to support them against the enslaving Sethraki. However, the mechagnomes will join them if we help them overthrow the mad king Mechagon.
Gnomes are returning to their inorganic roots.
A major redesign of the auction house is one of the many changes made in the 8.3 update. Players must buy the entire set if a seller lists more than one item. If we need 30 pieces of a resource, and there are only 25 available, we can't buy two packs. Worse, if we want to purchase a few hundred pieces, then we will have to go through hundreds of offers and each package individually. This is both time-consuming and tedious. Blizzard plans to remove the individual auctions from the site and replace it with a window that shows the availability of the item at the price we're interested in. A similar solution is available on Steam, for example. This will allow you to separate packages of items from one buyer. Players will also be able create a list with their favorite acquisitions which will make it easier to purchase faster.
The trip to the auction house will no longer be an agonizing road.
The patch will also introduce a heroic variant to the Darkshore Warfront instance as well as a season of PvP. We don't know when these new features will be available in the game yet, but we may find out soon. Visions of N'zoth is currently available on the World of Warcraft Public Test Server.