WoW: Dragonflight Twitch Drops Will Reward Viewers With Feldrake Mount And More In November And December
Blizzard is giving fans some nice rewards for watching WoW content in the coming months.
As the World of Warcraft: Dragonflight expansion gets closer, fans of the series can earn exclusive Twitch Drops before, during, and after its official release. Also, viewers can support WoW content creators from November 28 to December 12 with two Twitch subs to earn a pet.
According to WoW's blog, players can participate by linking their Battle.net and Twitch accounts. If you've changed your password recently, you must relink them. Doing so will create a 7-day cooldown period before you can fully relink them again. Keep that timing in mind because these Twitch Drops have tight windows that could pass you by if you don't link them beforehand.
Speaking of those rewards, the first Twitch Drop will be the serpentine Dragon Kite pet. Watch at least four hours of WoW: Dragonflight content between November 15 at 10:00 a.m. to November 17 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time to gain the pet.
The second comes on the launch of the expansion on November 28 to November 30 - same time and watch requirements as the last one - for the fearsome Feldrake mount shown at the top. The third Twitch Drop grants viewers the festive Perpetual Purple Firework toy if fans watch at least two hours between December 13-28 with the usual timing.
Players can gift eligible WoW content creators two Twitch subscriptions on Dragonflight's launch day until December 12 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time. Their contributions will award them the Ichabod harvest golem pet.
If you have questions, Blizzard may have answered a good bit of them on their blog page, such as which regions are eligible for the Twitch Drops and clarifying if rewards expire.
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