WORLD OF WARCRAFT SHADOWLANDS PATCH 92.5 RELEASE DATE – WHAT TO KNOW
World of Warcraft’s Shadowlands’ patch 9.2.5 will close the story and prepare the ground for Dragonflight. The release date will bring with it many interesting changes, including a pool of Mythic+ Dungeons that tap into older expansions and cross-faction groups.
WoW’s 9.2.5 patch will not be added to any expansions. However, all three expansion raids will still be relevant and drop the same level of gear. After a long time, patches were primarily focused on one raid being relevant. This is a welcome shift.
The new Enigma Arena, along with a variety of talent tweaks and a new mount are all coming to PvP. Mythic+ Season 4 will include the megadungeons and two dungeons created by Warlords Of Draenor, as well as other additions.
In March 2022, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands’ patch 9.2.5 was made available on the PTR (public testing realm). This was the first time players had an opportunity to test and give feedback on its future changes.
PTR cycles typically last 2.5 to 3 months. This is why we expect WoW 9.2.5 to be released sometime in June or early July.
Updates are usually posted with the weekly reset. This happens depending on whether you’re on US or EU servers.
- The release date for WoW patch 9.2.5 (GameWatcher estimation: June-early July)
It’s worth noting, however, that World of Warcraft Shadowlands released content at a slower pace than other expansions. It is possible that the final patch will arrive later than anticipated. As soon as we have more information, we’ll update this article.
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