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World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is about to drop its last major update of the expansion

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is about to drop its last major update of the expansion. Visions of N’Zoth (aka patch 8.3) releases on January 14.

This update is adding a lot, such as the new Ny’alotha raid. This has players teaming up to battle the Old God N’Zoth and bring an end to the story of Battle for Azeroth. It also introduces two new allied races, the fox-like Vulpera and half-machine Mechagnomes. On top of all that, players can battle through corrupted versions of the major cities Stormwind and Orgrimmar in the new Horrific Visions, which support one to five players.

Visions of N’Zoth presents a tempting update for bringing back WoW fans who have been spending most of their time in Classic. World of Warcraft Classic launched back in August, enabling folks to revisit the MMORPG’s earlier days. But 8.3 is all about the future, and I chatted with senior game producer Mike Bybee and lead narrative designer Steve Danuser about this massive update. If you need Buy WOW Vanilla Gold, you can visit our site

With Old God N'Zoth freed, he's looking to cement his Black Empire as the dominant force on Azeroth. To accomplish that, though, N'Zoth needs to break into two ancient titan facilities located in Uldum and Vale of Eternal Blossoms. Similar to Legion and Faction Assaults from previous updates, Black Empire Assaults transform entire zones into battlegrounds as they are overrun with N'Zoth's minions. Instead of being available temporarily through the week, though, Black Empire Assaults will always be active in both Uldum and Vale of Eternal Blossoms, with N'Zoth focusing the brunt of his assault on one zone each week.

When a zone is the primary target of an assault, it's whole appearance will change to reflect N'Zoth's spreading corruption. Tentacles will sprout out of the ground, giant flying worms will circle the sky, killing players that get too close or coating them with nasty spit that greatly reduces their flight speed. Meanwhile, new quests, rare monsters, and hidden puzzles will sprout up all across the zone for players to find and beat.