January is the month destined to bring World of Warcraft’s battle for Azeroth to an end. Or, somewhat, at least. The last update is set to introduce a new Raid, in which players will most definitely fight the old god, N’Zoth. Named Vision’s of N’zoth, the last BFA extension is arriving on January 14. This was first announced by Blizzard in a blog post.
One additional extra race is going to join the forces of the Horde and the Alliance. On the horde side, we have the Vulpera, while on the Alliance side, the Mechagnomes are going to expand the engineering knowledge. Each of those will have unique racial abilities. At first look, they do not seem that OP as in the first place.
But, let’s speak more about the Raid, in which Method’s core raiding team will most definitely hop onto the last World First Race in Battle for Azeroth. Visions of N’zoth’s raid will have 12 bosses to encounter with probably the most intriguing mechanics up to date. For multiple times during the last two expansions, we have witnessed how Blizzard has advanced its Raid development mechanic-wise, adding content for high-end players in World of Warcraft.
The Unlock and Raid schedule is as follows:
- January 21st – Normal and Heroic Difficulties are open
- January 28th – Mythic Ny’alotha including Raid Finder Wing 1
- February 11th: Raid Finder Wing 2
- February 25th – Raid Finder Wing 3
- March 10th – Raid Finder Wing 4
With the arrival of the Visions of N’zoth update, a new Mythic Season will kick-off. The fourth season will include a new mythic seasonal affix that will be of extraordinary quality to spice up the gameplay for all hardcore M+ dungeon grinders.