World of Warcraft: Dragonflight already has a date, November 28

At the beginning of March we learned that Activision Blizzard already had a date for the presentation of the new World of Warcraft expansion, probably the most successful massive online game in history. And just over a month later, in mid-April, the developer left us speechless with the presentation of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, an update that, while awaiting its debut, promises to be one of the most ambitious (not to say that the first in this sense) in the entire history of WoW.

Along with the announcement of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, Blizzard also announced that the WoW Classic branch would make the jump to World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King, another of the most highly rated updates by the community. And as expected, the company did not disclose the dates of both releases, thus leaving players very, very aware of any updates in that regard, but with the feeling that there would still be a long time to wait. Specifically, the forecasts pointed to the renewal of WoW Classic later this year, since World of Warcraft: Dragonflight would not see the light until next year.

However, in the middle of July we learned that the Classic branch would be updated on September 26, last Monday. An advance on the dates initially planned, which made the players begin to speculate on the possibility that World of Warcraft: Dragonflight could also be brought forward regarding forecasts. Blizzard’s history did not allow us to be too optimistic in this regard, but, well, after all, dreaming is free.

And not only free, in reality, sometimes we can get surprises, and when we talk about companies like Activision Blizzard, which are in the eye of the hurricane for various reasons, anomalies are more likely. And such is the case that we find ourselves now, because as we can see in the new trailer published by the company, World of Warcraft: Dragonflight will hit the market, and therefore users, on November 28. Yes, in less than two months.

Starting the week of October 4, all players will get a 50% experience boost before the release of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight. This will give you a chance to prepare your characters before the expansion debuts. The experience boost will end when the Dragonflight pre-expansion patch is released. That doesn’t have a date yet, but players who pre-purchase Dragonflight will be able to craft Dracthyr when that patch becomes available.

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