World of Warcraft Classic continues to receive new updates, as Azeroth explorers will have a chance to revisit two key raids in Overlords of Outland.
WoW Burning Crusade Classic has been full steam ahead since its launch back in June, and today players will have access to a plethora of new content.
The update gives fans access to two new groups to ally with, in the Ogri’la and Sha’tari Skyguard factions. Doing quests for these factions will give the players access to sweet loot on a daily basis. Season 2 of the Arena gives combatants a greater degree of accuracy in matchmaking to battle enemies of their opposing faction with the same skill level. To the victor goes the spoils as Arena points can be obtained by the winning side to exchange for better equips.
The first of the two raids that make a return in the World of Warcraft Classic is the Serpentshrine Cavern. This max-level raid requires players to team up and dive to the depths of Coilfang Reservoir in Zangarmarsh to take on Lady Vashj and her naga army. With six raid bosses for this dungeon, teamwork is crucial to be victorious.
The second raid reintroduces The Eye to WoW classic, as current end game adventurers that have unlocked flight can travel to The Eye in Netherstorm’s floating fortress of Tempest Keep to take on the fallen blood elf prince Kael’thas Sunstrider and his loyal followers in an epic battle. With 4 new raid bosses to triumph over, infiltration of this keep will truly test players’ mettle.
With a slew of patch notes, World of Warcraft Classic aims to stay fresh for adventurers to have a seamless issue-free time in Azeroth.
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