'World Of Warcraft: Legion' Release Date, Latest News & Updates: Blizzard Released More Updates, Announces 'Return To Karazhan'
The game "World of Warcraft" will be having its sixth expansion Legion on the coming days and Blizzard are aiming to give their loyal gamers some details of the content and updates.
During the Gamescom event, Blizzard had finally revealed their surprise to their fans. They have prepared a new patch for their latest expansion "World of Warcraft: Legion," the Patch 7.1 which is also known as Return of Karazhan.
Patch 7.1 is the first major update for the new expansion. According to Mobile & Apps, Karazhan was featured in "World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade" as a level 70, ten-player raid instance in and will once again appear in the Legion expansion as a large five-player dungeon together with the nine original bosses out of eleven.
Escapist Magazine also added that the new Karazhan will not be replacing the old one. The said ten man level 70 raid will still be available and gamers can still run it. Moreover, the new patch will have small raid that will fall between the Nighthold and the Emerald Nightmare.
This raid is said to go along with the Stormheim story. New Suramar outdoor content is also expected from the new patch that will continue the Nightfallen story.
Out of all this details, the most surprising about all of this is that the release of the new patch will be soon as the Return to Karazhan is in near completion as reported by Polygon. Blizzard said that the new patch will now be undergoing test for a month and will soon be released right after "World of Warcraft: Legion" will be available in stores.
Blizzard are making up for their previous mistakes and promised that they will be offering a steady stream of content right after the release of their latest expansion and assured players that they will not run out of thing to do.
The "World of Warcraft: Legion" is set to be released on August 30 followed by the release Patch 7.1 Return to Karazhan.