It took a whole 3 months to add a .05 update to World of Warcraft, but it's actually a lot bigger than you'd expect.
Now live, the latest update to Blizzard's long-lasting MMORPG - and the second bigger update since the launch of the Legion expansion, Patch 7.15 brings plenty of character/class balance changes designed to make each specialization feel drastically different to the last while re-working how sub stats like Crit Rate and Mastery scale with you character's overall ability.
For those who snuffed at the Mists of Pandaria expansion only to rather enjoy the island's dungeons will be happy to see the addition of select instances to the usual Timewalking rotation. This means anyone above level 91 will be able to revisit these classic dungeons to experience them at a difficulty more in-line with current offerings.
Looking to get started in a more relaxing game like Planet Coaster? Take a look at our Essential Guide!
Micro-holidays have arrived, also. Now viewable through the in-game calendar, these short-term events will pad out the breaks between longer events like Halloween and Christmas. Similar to Brewfest and the Moonfire Faire, these events will be smaller in scale and last anywhere between 1-3 days. There's also the updated Brawler's Guild with plenty of new single-player boss fights for those in possession of the required invite.
Nightholme - the new 10-boss raid encounter - won't unlock for a few weeks yet, the it gives everyone time to put the new Artifact Knowledge changes to good use. You can read the full patch notes here.