WoW Classic Getting Two Burning Crusade Raids Later This Month
The Battle for Mount Hyjal and The Black Temple arrive on January 27.
Note: Activision Blizzard is still under investigation by the state of California for serious harassment charges. CEO Bobby Kotick is alleged to have known about such actions within his company – and performed some himself – and shielded the perpetrators from consequences.
World of Warcraft Classic players have more Burning Crusade content to look forward to soon. Sometime during the week of the 17th, Warlocks will be offered a quest to let them acquire an Incubus pet, a.k.a. the male version of the Succubus. A new PvP season will also kick off, with gear from previous seasons being offered at a discount.
On January 27, The Battle for Mount Hyjal and The Black Temple raids will go live, both of which will require attunement to enter. Epic Gem jewelcrafting will also become available, with designs being offered by Indormi in the Caverns of Time and the jewels themselves coming from mining in Mount Hyjal or as drops from the Black Temple.
Also in the update on the 27th: Get your Netherdrake mount by completing Netherwing daily quests to earn reputation in Shadowmoon Valley, and bosses in Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep will drop additional class set tokens.
Get all the details on the upcoming Classic updates on the World of Warcraft site.
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