World of Warcraft: Shadowlands gives players a chance to revisit a moment in the game’s past when patch 9.1.5 launches next month. The next wave of Timewalking dungeons will hit the live servers, and players will be able to browse expanded versions of the dungeons in the Legion expansion.
Six Legion– the dungeons of the era will come Wow when patch 9.1.5 releases on November 2. Players will be able to choose a quest in Oribos that will allow them to receive rewards for completing Legion Timewalking dungeons. Dungeon Divers will also be able to earn Timewarped Badges by defeating bosses and completing dungeons. In turn, these badges can be spent on rewards such as gear, toys, and an exclusive. Legion-st mount.
For a larger scale challenge, players can also choose to use Timeworn Keystones during their dungeon races to emulate a Mythic + experience in Timewalking dungeons. Here are the six Legion Dungeon players will be able to run during the next Timewalking event.
Which dungeons will be available during Legion Walk in time?
- Taking the Black Tower
- Court of stars
- Darkheart Thicket
- Eye of Azshara
- Neltharion’s Lair
- Vault of the Guardians
The six dungeons chosen to represent the Legion The expansion during its Timewalking event were among the most popular instances of the original version of the expansion. When the expansion launched in 2016, 10 dungeons were available to play. Of these 10, the Arcway, Halls of Valor, Maw of Souls and Assault on Violet Hold will not be available during the next Legion Time-walking event.
Additionally, the three dungeons that were released later in LegionThe life cycle of – Return to Karazhan, the seat of the Triumvirate and the Cathedral of Eternal Night – will not appear on the Legion Range of time walkers.
When Legion Launch of Timewalking?
Blizzard has yet to give an official launch date for Legion Timewalking, but players should expect the event to start between November 16 and December 7, as this period also serves as the gap between the end of the current rotation of Timewalking events and the next. So before Timewalking comes back to The Burning Crusade, it is likely that players will have the chance to explore Legion-st content.
World of warcraft Patch 9.1.5 will be released on November 2.