Blizzard released the most awaited patch 7.1.5 for the 12 year-old MMO game, “World of Warcrat”. The update featured a lot of new content as well as the return of the old favorites in the game. Among the major features that was added are the Mist of Pandaria Timewalking, return of the Brawler’s Guild, micro-holidays and more.
A week before, Blizzard teased us with the video, Survival Guide trailer which revealed the major rundown of things of what to expect from the patch. Patch 7.1.5 was released on all the online servers of the game. Subsequently, “WoW” servers underwent a four-hour maintenance to apply the updates and ensure that there are no bugs in the new contents as reported by Express.
The Timewalking content will enable players to visit again Pandaria and participate in bonus events. The additional content also offered items exclusive only through Timewalking which includes Reins of the Heavenly Jade Cloud Serpent, Infinite Hatchling (dragonkin) and Paradox Spirit (aquatic) pets, Reputation Tokens for all major Pandaria factions, Adopted Puppy Crate and Portable Yak Wash Toys and many more.
According to MMO Examiner, Patch 7.5.1 also highlights the comeback of the favorite fighting series, Brawler’s Guild. New sets of challenges will be made available complete with awesome prizes. New bosses like Ogrewatch, Master Paku, Ash’katzuum and many more will be available in the One-on-One fight within the Brawler’s Guild.
The “World of Warcraft” update also issued a lot of under-the-hood changes starting off with the class and profession changes. The changes include comprehensive balancing among the classes making sure that no class is significantly better than the other.
The main feature of the Legion expansion this summer is the Artifact Weapons which can be leveled through Artifact Knowledge system. In the new patch, the inactive players can quickly catch up to others, thanks to the new ways in gaining Artifact Knowledge. Hardcore gamers will also benefit with the feature as they can easily gain Artifact Knowledge for their alternative characters.
The patch has also put final touches to the place The Nightfold, which will be a new raid opening on January 17. During the raid, players will have the chance to take on and fight Gul’dan which served as the iconic villain from the ‘Warcraft’ lore. BlizzCon 2016 revealed that the raid with Gul’dan will be the start of new updates that will come in the future.
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