It's less than a month and a half remaining until the official release of World of Warcraft 's forthcoming expansion, Battle for Azeroth. We've seen gameplay, Collector's Editions, and so on and now it's time to get down to the nitty-gritty information on PvP WoTLK Gold and other new enhancements that will be coming with the expansion.
The first time we watched Battle for Azeroth teased in November of the previous year. The world has been plunged into a conflict between the Alliance and Horde and we are aware that the expansion will include various new continents and boost the level cap to 120. But that's not all that's getting refreshed. PvP-related talents are seeing some change, and there are three new items to sink your in: War Mode, bounties, in addition to an additional guild called the Dueler's Guild.
The WoW blog provides a comprehensive overview of these features. This time, PvP talents might be somewhat different from the ones you're familiar with. In Legion it is possible to earn talents by playing PvP and earning honor levels, which can make newcomers less competitive. For Battle for Azeroth, talents will be available as you reach a certain level. Instead of rows to select from, you'll have the option of choosing groups of talents from. By the time you reach level 110 the talents are all at your disposal.
Stemming off from that is a completely new method to enter the PvP game: War Mode. No longer are there any restrictions like rules for servers. Everyone can play any realm and opt-in and out whenever they'd like.
"With War Mode, we tried to fix the issue of some players being 'locked to one type of play or the other by their choice of realm," the blog reads. "They might have chosen a PvE realm purely because their friends were playing there, even though they were keen on open-world PvP. Conversely, they could have chosen a PvP realm at first, but later thought it wasn't for them no longer. War Mode provides a way for both styles of gameplay to buy WoTLK Classic Gold be played by all players, and given the way that realm sharding is currently working, we felt this was the best time to let players pick."