World of Warcraft’s next expansion Legion is scheduled for a release on the 30th of August. This means that we’re a little under two months from it being released, which also means that we’re inching closer towards pre-patch content, which for those unfamiliar basically means that Blizzard will start getting players ready for the new content and changes ahead of the expansion’s release.
So when is the pre-patch coming? We don’t have a specific date yet, but Blizzard has updated gamers and informed them that the patch is almost here. For those who are still playing World of Warcraft, you might have noticed a pretty huge file being downloaded in the background which we can safely assume is the pre-patch.
So what can players expect? For those who pre-purchased Legion, you will be pleased to learn that the Demon Hunter class will be available early to you guys. Blizzard expects that the class should be playable no later than the 17th of August, which means that since you start from level 98, you will have about a week or two to get to 100 to get yourself ready for Legion content.
There will also be the Burning Legion invasion which is basically an event leading up to Legion’s release. Players will battle against the army of the Burning Legion in an attempt to push them back. The new Transmogrification system will also be put into place where players will no longer need to hoard items to transmog. Sounds like this is a patch we can look forward to, so fret not as we’ll keep you guys apprised of the situation.