‘World of Warcraft: Legion’ Latest News & Update: Missing ‘Demon’ Features Arriving August 9

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Aug 01, 2016 11:05 AM EDT
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Blizzard released a pre-patch for “World of Warcraft” last month in what is believed to be part of preparations for the expansion “Legion".

'Demon Hunter Class' and 'Demon Invasion'

The latest patch came with new classes, animations and tweaks except for the “Demon Hunter Class” and “Demon Invasion” features. Blizzard had previously announced that the two features would come at a later date, specifically on Aug. 17.

A look at the official website of “World of Warcraft” reveals that pre-ordering players will be getting access to the “Demon Hunter” class and “Demon Invasion features on Aug. 9, seven days prior to the expansion pack’s scheduled release.

Blizzard had already announced this at “BlizzCon 2015” which should be something to look forward to. For those who are not aware of what the “Demon Hunters” class brings, players can start out at a higher level over other classes meaning players can level the Demon Hunter to 100.

Aside from that, gamers who pre-order can boost one character to level 100 immediately. Aside from the Demon Hunter class, players get the chance to acquire Artifact Weapons of legendary power, explore the Broken Isles continent and get a level cap increase to 100 plus more, VG247 noted.

With regards to Demon Invasion, players can take part in the world event that will prime up the upcoming “Legion” expansion. Gamers can use their characters and get the chance to rack up different forms of loot by participating in the event.

With the “Legion” expansion for “World of Warcraft” expected to come out on Aug. 30, players will most likely get the chance to get the opportunity for a limited time.

The pre-purchase campaign for “Legion” starts at $49.99 for the standard edition and while the digital deluxe edition runs for about $69.99, Cinema Blend reported.

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