Defend the land against the Primal Incarnates as they rally forces to claim the power of the World Tree, face the onslaught brought on by the Druids of the Flame in a new public event—Dreamsurges, honor the legacy of the undead and night elves with the new Forsaken and Night Elf Heritage Armor sets, band together to battle the Infinites to preserve Azeroth’s timeline in Heroic Dawn of the Infinite, and more.
Also, mark your calendars; beginning September 12, follow Velen’s prophecy to reveal a new future for some of the draenei people.
Unite and face the onslaught of the Dreamsurge. The growth of a new World Tree is causing the energies of the Emerald Dream to manifest throughout the Dragon Isles. Defeat the chaos brought about by the Druids of the Flame for rewards. Read more in our article.
Honor your legacy with two new Heritage Armor sets—one for undead and one for night elves—with the release of the Fury Incarnate content update. Players will also have new skin colors to choose from for undead, and night elves will have new facial markings and body tattoos to choose from. Learn more in our previously published article.
Gather your party and preserve the timeline in the Heroic Difficulty Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon with the release of Fury Incarnate. At stake is the future of Azeroth, and only you can ensure the timeline remains preserved—hopefully with a minimal number of paradoxes. Learn more about the battle with the Infinites, preserving Azeroth’s timeline, and saving Nozdormu from this dreaded fate in our article.
Aid Shandris Feathermoon as she investigates a meeting of the Incarnates in the abandoned stronghold of Lunedane. The green dragonflight has tasked her with uncovering Fyrakk and Vyranoth’s plans and where they and their allies will strike next.
The new Ping system lets you quickly communicate with your team without using voice or text chat. You can quickly call out commands such as Attack, Assist, Warning, and On My Way and send contextual pings. Check back later for more details.
Starting October 4 through October 17, soar through the skies of the Eastern Kingdoms with the dragonrider racing event, Eastern Kingdoms Cup. Challenge sixteen races across Eastern Kingdoms in Normal, Advanced, and Reverse variations to earn Riders of Azeroth Badges in exchange for rewards. Head to Valdrakken and speak to Lord Andestrasz near the Rostrum of Transformation to pick up the initial quest.
Stand strong, champions. We’ll see you in Azeroth!