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World Of Warcraft Dragonflight Reveals Features That Won’t Be Forgotten

by Abdul Wassay
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World Of Warcraft Dragonflight is just around the corner, but Blizzard seems committed to not letting this be just another update. World Of Warcraft Dragonflight Blizzard’s new update for WoW, has a whole host of new additions. The most notable ones include the Dracthyr race, the new Evoker class, and new customizable dragon mounts. Of course, all of these will stay in World of Warcraft as the game gets bigger and more expansive, but Blizzard wants to let the players know that a lot of other things will be moving forward as well.

Patrick Dawson, World of Warcraft’s production director, while speaking to IGN said:

That’s one of the things we really wanted to engage with, with Dragonflight, is to try and make as much of it for evergreen World of Warcraft as possible. That’s why you see things like the HUD updates, the talent updates, and the crafting system, those are all fundamental, core things about World of Warcraft that will continue outside of Dragon Isles and beyond Dragon Isles.

Patrick Dawson also talked about the newest Evoker class. The main ability of the Evoker class is to power up certain spells by charging them for some time. Dragonflight will also start removing restrictions regarding race and class. There’s a hint of irony in all this, as only the Dracthyr race has access to the Evoker class, but as time goes on it seems as though this restriction will also be removed.

Dragonflight also has other subtle changes, which are going to impact the game in a big way. The first one is that Professions and Crafting seem to be merging in some areas. Along with this, it’s adding a brand new talent system. The talent system will let players fill out two skill trees, one for their class and one for their base role.

World of Warcraft Dragonflight will launch worldwide in December by the end of this year.

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