World of Warcraft concludes Shadowlands with today’s patch 9.2.5 and faction crossplay

As World of Warcraft increasingly attracting attention dragonflight, shadowlands days come to an end. With the arrival of today’s mid-size patch 9.2.5, the expansion cycle has officially ended and the wait for patch 10.0 begins.

As with most “.5” patches, Blizzard has incorporated several quality of life improvements for the fantasy MMO. The most notable – and slightly controversial – of these is faction crossplay.

“Players can now directly invite members of the opposing faction to a party,” Blizzard said. “Premade groups in the Mythic Dungeons, Raids, or Ranked Arenas/RBGs group finder lists are now open to applicants from both factions, although the group leader can choose to limit the listing to applicants from the same faction if they wish.”

The update adds a little bit of content in the form of two new quest lines for Blood Elves and Dark Iron Dwarves to earn some special rewards. There’s also the new Enigma Crucible area, more threat generation for tanks, and DPS buffs for some of the classes. Torghast has permanently opened all of its wings to players, no longer rotating.

That’s what the studio said shadowlands Season 4 will be released “later this summer”.

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