WoW Legion Patches 7.1.5 and 7.2 Revealed at BlizzCon

After the Patch 7.1 for World of Warcraft: Legion came to live, Blizzard is already thinking about what should be happening next in the expansion. At BlizzCon, the developers revealed the two new updates that should take place while featuring an entirely new content: WoW Legion patches 7.1.5 and 7.2.

WoW: Legion – Patch 7.1.5

This patch will come to WoW: Legion because of the insurance for the game to hit fresh and new content more often. All of the small WoW: Legion patches will indeed focus on things like this. This means a lot of additions and extra content. As we know, all of the dungeons of Mists of Pandaria should become a time walking dungeons. There is one more great thing.

In long-term additions, this patch will add “micro holidays,” as Blizzard said. They should run for a day or two which differs for the more extended holiday events which usually happens to take place for one or two weeks. This will take care of players on what they’re doing. Therefore, it’s not going to provide some crazy awards, and it’s not going to be there for a more extended period.

The Brawler’s Guild will gain new bosses and new raid encounters. The Blade’s Edge PvP is not going to step back, instead will receive its update too.

Class balancing will take place too. The developers are going to rework some talents. This is because there are talents that many players do not use. Also, the stats should be mixed too, so get ready to see any haste and crit stats swapped.

At last, this WoW patch 7.1.5 will launch feedback for improving the class ability rotations and its feel by the players. As always, the community will decide whether it’s good or not. This is what every single game need to do.

The patch 7.1.5 will be ready for a test after BlizzCon. It’s going to be put on live servers.

WoW: Legion – Patch 7.2

This WoW Legion patch 7.2 will be a major content patch and will go by the name “The Tomb of Sargeras.” It’s going to take players back to the Broken Shore, the start area of the Legion Expansion. The Tomb of Sargeras raid will bring nine bosses, which is going to feature the progression of Legion’s main plot.

A new dungeon is coming to WoW, Cathedral of Eternal Night. This dungeon will include four bosses as an addition to the Tomb of Sargeras area. It will be able to choose difficulty, between heroic and mythic.

It will see some new content to the WoW artifact system too. They’ll add new traits to the artifact weapons and players will be able to purchase additional points in existing features. Also, players will need to finish new quests to unlock all of these unique traits.

WoW: Legion PVP will get new brawl mode similar to those in Hearthstone and Overwatch. It will be like two raid groups with 15 players on each side. They will spawn in an arena map which is for 3v3 players. This should be fun, right?

After the 7.1.5 patch goes live, the 7.2 will go on a public test realm immediately. Blizzard says that the case after a new content will pursue. They are working on patch 7.2.5 and also told the players that it might be needed to head to the planet of Argus in the future.

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