New details on the release date of Blizzard Entertainment's "World of Warcraft" patch 7.1 or "Legion" update have surfaced and as per reports, the game is set to come out next week.
"World of Warcraft: Legion" is set to come out on Oct. 25, Christian Today has learned. According to the publication, the game is set to feature new villains, along with new locales for players to explore. Moreover, players will able able to plunge themselves to a five-player mythical-level dungeon, which cradles nine new bosses. Along with these are new world quests and the new Suramar campaign.
As per the report, the update is set to pick up with Suramar's story. Suramar is a new mythical-level zone that is locted at the center of the Broken Isles. It also serves as the place where players will see the warlock Gul'dan.
Along with Suramar, which is included in the Nightfallen story, "Legion" is also set to introduce a small raid amidst The Emerald Nightmare and The Nighthold, according to Game Spot. As per the publication, the aforementioned are supposed to conclude the Stormheim tale. Meanwhile, players can also play Nighborne, which allows them to do missions from Nightborn characters.
As noted on "World of Warcraft's" official website, players have to mark their calendars and prepare to make their return to Karazhan on the said date. It is added that the game will take them further into the progressive tales within Legion and bring with it new and thrilling challenges.
Developed by Blizzard Entertainment, "World of Warcraft" was initially released in 2004.
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