New World of Warcraft content will be introduced in the following weeks, including the Zul’Gurub raid, as well as other new content, according to Blizzard.
The company began introducing WoW Classic updates in waves since the mode was introduced back in 2019. Since then, the issue of crowded servers has been solved, which means that this update and other updates that will be released will run reliably.
Blizzard stated that the WoW Classic Phase 4 update would be introduced on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.
The new update will feature the Zul’Gurub raid, alongside the Stranglethorn Fishing Extravaganza, as well as the Dragons of Nightmare event.
The details that were revealed by the developers suggest that the WoW Classic Phase 4 update will be released at 3 pm PT.
Therefore, gamers in the UK can download it starting from 11 pm, BST.
It looks like Blizzard aimed high for the new update. Here is part of the description for Zul’Gurub:
“Hidden in the jungles of Stranglethorn, an ancient Troll city full of peril has been uncovered. Do you have what it takes to delve into its mysteries with a band of hardy explorers?”
The Stranglethorn Fishing Extravaganza event will take place along the coasts of Stranglethorn Vale, and, when the time is right, players can bait their hooks and go ahead having fun!
The description of The Dragons of Nightmare sounds more than impressive:
“Something is amiss in the Emerald Dream. Immense dragons with the shimmering emerald scales of the Green Dragonflight have been sighted guarding the portals at the Great Trees. These once-noble creatures crawl with a new, strange menace, not the peace for which Ysera is known. Bring many allies should you dare to confront them; their powers are formidable, and they will not hesitate to crush any who draw near.”
That sounds like a severe challenge, doesn’t it?
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