WoW: Dragonflight's patch 10.2.5 release date is bound to make Dragonriding, the latest expansion's newest method of traversal, available worldwide, while lending players a hand (or more) as they're leveling their way through normal dungeons.
World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Patch 10.2.5 Release Date
Although Blizzard has yet to reveal World of Warcraft: Dragonflight's patch 10.2.5 release date, its lack of inclusion in the game's 2023 roadmap, suggests that we won't see it going live until 2024.
- World of Warcraft: Dragonflight patch 10.2.5 release date: Early 2024 (GameWatcher estimation)
The update made its way to the PTR on November 17, 2023, giving us a first look at the changes coming our way.
WoW: Dragonflight's Seeds of Renewal updates enables Dragonriding throughout Azeroth. Wherever flying is normally available, mounts capable of using the new approach to traversal will fly at 80% speed.
Azerothian Archives is a new feature that explores the history of the Dragon Isles while allowing us "to meet a unique cast of characters, hear stories of old, and witness the iconography of a time before."
It comes in the shape of a weekly public event that adds both solo and group activities in Traitor’s Rest, offering rewards that include battle pets, mounts, alongside a transmog set.
WoW: Dragonflight's patch 10.2.5 also sees us helping King Greymane retake the kingdom of Gilneas which, unsurprisingly, "isn't as empty as expected."
Another notable addition in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight's patch 10.2.5 comes in the shape of follower dungeons.
When attempting the expansion's eight original dungeons on normal difficulty, we can now enlist the aid of NPC companions that fill the roles of tank, healer, and DPS.
They scale from 1–4 players, being available to both solo adventurers and groups. They also sound ideal for players who are still learning how this side of PvE works, while offering the same rewards as normal dungeons completed with a full group would.
The Outland Cup then adds thirteen new Dragonriding races, while new customization options are also on the way.
Trolls have access to five new hair colors, while the Draenei, Warlock Tyrant, and Darkglare demons are set to receive their own unique customization options.
Furthermore, completionists can look forward to customization Achievements.
WoW: Dragonflight's patch 10.2.5 sees the Night Elves constructing their new home of Bel’ameth, while remaining class talents that used to be Covenant abilities during the Shadowlands expansion have had their spell visuals updated, in order to better match their class visual kit.
An option will be added further down the line to enable reverting to the old visuals. The Revival Catalyst's Renascent Dream charges are now granted weekly rather than every other week, while the instance difficulty banner has received updated skull icon art.
That is what we know so far about World of Warcraft: Dragonflight's patch 10.2.5 release date alongside the content introduced in the Seeds of Renewal update.
For more on the MMORPG, drop by our article covering a potential console release.
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