World of Warcraft’s Dragonflight expansion coming by end of 2022
I think the dragon won't mind the delay.
Dragonflight, the next World of Warcraft expansion, will be released later this year. While we don’t yet have a precise release date for the forthcoming expansion, which takes place on the long-lost Dragon Isles, it appears that it will arrive sooner than some fans anticipated. In a news release, Blizzard Entertainment revealed the 2022 release date, as well as details on how to pre-order the expansion and its bonus items.
The Dragon Isles transports players from the Shadowlands to Azeroth, where they will explore the dragons’ ancient homeland. This contains four new zones, a level maximum of 70, dragon-powered aerial flight, and a new Dracthyr race character with an Evoker hero class. The expansion also revamps the game’s talent system, professions, and heads-up display in order to promote additional gameplay variation and opportunities to improve your character.
Dragonflight’s base edition, which contains the expansion and Drakks, a little dragon pet, will cost $49.99. Drakks, a lovely Murloc dragon pet named Murkastrasza, a level-60 bonus, and a Tangled Dreamweaver flying mount are included in the Heroic version ($69.99). The Epic edition ($89.99) contains everything mentioned above, plus diadem and cape cosmetics and 30 days of play time. A boxed collector’s set containing an art book, pins, and a mousepad is also available for $129.99.
There’s still a lot to discover about Dragonflight, including the adversary and key aims of the expansion. For the time being, we’ll have to wait for the pre-expansion patch to provide additional information.