In less than 24 hours on the 29th, Shadowlands’ first major patch will be released. They hope that everyone can take advantage of the calmness of the content. Players can check our recent article on how to prepare for 9.1 so that they will know what they need to do. Recently, a blue post by Kaivax stated that with the end of the Classic TBC Gold patch, the Myth+ of the PvP season and the Raid season will not switch until July 6.
Compared with past patches, this is very different. Once the next patch appears in the past patch, the new mythical season and previous raid achievements can no longer be used. I do not know what it was. By the week of July 6, players need to upgrade their legends based on current material requirements and upper limits.
In terms of narrative, they need to delay entering the raid until the specific story step is completed. Frankly speaking, Blizzard let the narrative drive the car. I think this is an unlikely thing. For new dungeons and raids, Blizzard may also feel that more polish is needed to get started.
In Burning Crusade Classic, upgrading my druid is one of the ways I have been busy waiting for the Cheap TBC Classic Gold dominance chain. In real life, I have also encountered serious obstacles. I am not as good as I hope now. I still have a long way to go at level 63. For the Hellfire Peninsula, I like Zangar Marsh very much.
My real life is a bit chill. In retail, I will also have to deal with new storylines and Togast levels. On MMOWTS, live support will be your best friend. In the shortest possible time, they will solve all problems for you at any time.
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