As revealed in the game’s 2023 roadmap, the World of Warcraft: Dragonflight “Fractures in Time” 10.1.5 update will go live soon. But before that, the update will first head to the public test realm (PTR) soon.
While Fractures in Time won’t be as big as the main seasonal updates, it does still promise plenty of new content that should excite players, especially those looking for new stuff to do in-game.
One of the update’s key highlights is the Augmentation Evoker, a new class specialization. Augmentation Evokers can focus the powers of the Bronze Dragonflight and the newly gained powers of the Black Dragonflight to aid their allies. Essentially, this is WoW’s first “support” specialization.
Next is the new megadungeon called Dawn of the Infinite. Here, long-standing enemies of the Bronze dragons are trying to achieve their goal of triggering the transformation of Nozdormu into Murozond. Players must stop the Infinite Dragonflight in this eight-boss Mythic-only dungeon that takes them across time.
There’s also the new class expansion, Warlock. With this, the Warlock class will become available to all non-Dracthyr races. These include Night Elves, Draenei, Pandaren, and Tauren.
As with previous updates, Fractures in Time will also feature a range of balance changes and other fixes.
Right now, there’s no word yet on when exactly the update will be launched, but players can expect it to become available Summer 2023. Meanwhile, the Dragonflight Fractures in Time update should soon be available on the PTR so that players can get to try out the new content ahead of the official launch.
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