Replenishment in World of WarCraft: Dragonflight! Blizzard Entertainment has released the new content patch 10.0.7 with “Return to the Forbidden Island” – and here you can find out what’s in it!
The next chapter in the latest add-on World of WarCraft: Dragonflight is here! Blizzard Entertainment has released the Return to the Forbidden Island content update as part of patch 10.0.7 after a previous testing phase.
With the defeat of the proto-dragon Raszageth, the storms that cut off the Forbidden Isle from the Dragon Isles have died down, allowing adventurers to explore. Accordingly, with the eponymous Forbidden Island, you also get a new zone for players with the highest character level. With the vault of Zskera there is a new dungeon and a new faction, traditional armor and the expansion of the monk class await you.
The official feature list of the update reads as follows:
New Max-Level Zone: The Forbidden Island This zone contains new content for max-level characters dealing with the effects of the Primalists’ meddling and the chaos they have wrought among the elements. Vaults of Zskera Max-level characters who venture into the depths of the Forbidden Island can aid the Dragonscale Expedition as they venture into newly discovered vaults filled with enemies, unsolved mysteries, and pristine treasures. New Faction: Winterfur Furbolgs Player characters learn to understand and eventually speak the language of the Furbolgs of the Azure Mountains, helping Sonova Snowbank to decipher their peculiar dialect and gain their trust. Heritage Armor for Humans and Orcs Once they reach level 50, Orc or Human characters who are exalted with their respective faction can begin the new quest line. Completing the game beckons new armor sets to pay tribute to these classic Warcraft races. Monk Class Expansion Lightforged Draenei, Worgen, and Goblins can now choose the Monk class as well. Class Balance and Adjustments Retribution Paladin talent trees are getting a major overhaul, but adjustments are coming to most other classes and their talent trees as well. World of Warcraft: Dragonflight – Launch Cinematic – “Take to the Skies”
As a tasty appetizer for the release of the new WoW expansion Dragonflight on November 28, Blizzard has donated a cinematic launch trailer.
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