'World of Warcraft' Release Date, News & Update: Blizzard Reveals Patch 7.2, Titled 'The Tomb of Sargeras'

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Nov 06, 2016 10:08 AM EST
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This weekend's BlizzCon has been very exciting so far. Yesterday, we received news on the new Legendary Artifacts that gamers can get in "World of Warcraft." Now, Blizzard reveals Patch 7.2, titled "The Tomb of Sargeras." They also announced the Make-A-Wish Charity Pet that gamers can get a hold of.

First of all, Blizzard reveals Patch 7.2, titled "The Tomb of Sargeras," will feature a new raid as well as part two of the Class Order Campaign, per Gamerant. Gamers who are looking to continue the Class Order Campaign would be glad to know that they will find themselves returning to Broken Shore. There, every player class will have to rebuild the Legionfall base and penetrate the Burning Legion's defenses.

As Blizzard reveals Patch 7.2, titled "The Tomb of Sargeras," "World of Warcraft" gamers would be glad to know that there is a new raid. In this, gamers will have to obtain the fifth Pillar of Creation from the Nighthold and go beneath the Tomb of Sargeras. The new raid will also feature nine new bosses to conquer.

More than just new content to explore, Polygon reports that "The Tomb of Sargeras" will also give "World of Warcraft" fans a new dungeon to investigate. Here, gamers will be required to penetrate the spire of the Cathedral and defeat enemies inside. Fans should expect the "World of Warcraft" Patch 7.2 to also feature new Artifact updates, PvP brawls, Broken Isles updates, and Legion assaults.

While there is no release date attached to the "World of Warcraft" Patch 7.2, titled "The Tomb of Sargeras," fans are expecting it to arrive following Patch 7.1.5, which is set to be released next week. Make sure to keep checking back for when we announce the arrival of "World of Warcraft" Patch 7.2. In the meantime, check out the video below and join the discussion in the comments section.

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