World of Warcraft is an interesting place right now. Legion is winding down, and Blizzard is getting ready for the launch of its next expansion: Battle for Azeroth. As if that’s not enough, Blizzard is also setting up a “classic” server for players to go back in time so to speak and play WOW from its earliest days. Because of these things, you’d think that Blizzard would be lax in the interim, focusing solely on these things and not anything else, but you would be wrong.
In fact, they’re staying diligent in their obligations to keep World of Warcraft fun to play. Thus, they released Patch 7.3.5 today, and it comes with several upgrades and fixes to help you through your day-to-day playing.
First up, the gameplay zones are about to get scaled up. For every zone in the realms of Kalimdor, Eastern Kingdoms, Outland, Northrend, Pandaria, and Draenor are now going to be scaled up using the system introduced in Legion. This is meant to guide you and help you know when to do a certain quest, or when to leave for another area.
If you’re looking for another chance to play an older version of World of Warcraft, Blizzard has added another Timewalking event. This one will put you and up to 30 others in a raid in a fight against Ulduar of Yogg-Saron from Wrath Of The Lich King.
Or, if you’re looking for more new things to do in Legion, the game has a brand new quest for those who have beaten Antorus. They’ll be summoned on a mission to Silithus where you will investigate “strange events” happening because of Sargeras’ Blade. There’s also a new Battleground on the Seething Shore.
Add that to updated Legendary Items, Mythic Keystone Dungeons, Holidays, and more, and World of Warcraft has plenty to offer still.