Blizzard Entertainment’s World of Warcraft: Dragonflight 2023 Roadmap covers many significant additions. Notably, it confirms that the game will receive two major content updates next year. Here is everything Blizzard has revealed regarding the World of Warcraft Dragonflight new update, including new features, a release date, and more.
With two seasons, new raids, new dungeons, and a ton more content planned, 2023 is shaping up to be a fairly exciting year for Dragonflight. There is still a long way to go before gamers can use all new features because not everything will be released in a single patch.
World of Warcraft Dragonflight new update: Release date and features
Throughout the year 2023, the Dragonflight will receive a total of six new updates. This will include two major patches that will bring new zones, raids, and seasonal bonuses. Players may also anticipate new world events, system improvements, evergreen holidays, new dungeon experiences, new story chapters, and new cinematics in between the planned World of Warcraft Dragonflight updates.
Moreover, according to a blog post by WoW executive producer Holly Longdale, the smaller upgrades will aim to incorporate additional story content and improvements to old game mechanics.
The Trading Post system and some new world content in the Primalist Tomorrow area are being added to World of Warcraft with the previously-announced 10.0.5 update release. It will let users gain a variety of cosmetic rewards of their choice for all playstyles. Moreover, Forbidden Reach will return in the second patch, 10.0.7, along with holiday updates and the Heritage Armor for humans and orcs.
No specific release date for the World of Warcraft Dragonflight new update has been given by Blizzard. However, as stated by Blizzard in a recent blog post, “early next year,” players may anticipate the release of the 10.0.5 update somewhere in March and the 10.0.7 patch in the spring of 2023.
In addition, before the end of the year, gamers may also anticipate patch 10.1.5 in the summer and patch 10.1.7 in the fall. Although there isn’t much information currently about these content updates, World of Warcraft says it will use user feedback to improve the player experience. Though the first half of the year 2023 appears to be fairly promising for Dragonflight fans.