World of Warcraft: Dragonflight has released its biggest post-launch content since releasing its first raid. An update announced in Patch 9.0.5, this update will come to games on January 24th and will include the new Trading Post feature, which will officially launch on February 1st.
The Trading Post was revealed and detailed in December when it was released to the World of Warcraft Public Test Realms. This feature essentially works like a Battle Pass, giving players the opportunity to complete them and then earn a new currency that can then be spent on cosmetic rewards.
Other features of the update include the ability to use gray and white items as transmogs, Storms Fury, updated game UI and accessibility options, and game balance changes.
According to a roadmap Blizzard released back in December, update 10.0.5 is the first of two content updates scheduled for release ahead of the spring and summer season two launches.
World of Warcraft: Dragonflight is the latest MMORPG expansion and is available for PC.
Content update 10.0.5 begins on January 24th.
White and Gray Transmogs Storm’s Fury UI Updates Accessibility Updates Balance The Trading Post (February 1st) and The Trading Post (February 2nd)
More details on the postgame page pic.twitter.com/ZnkCm5WmNC.
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https://game-news24.com/2023/01/12/world-of-warcraft-dragonflight-has-its-first-major-update-on-the-24th-of-january/ World of Warcraft: Dragonflight has its first major update on January 24th