A little over six months after its big reveal, World of Warcraft’s Dragonflight expansion has been given a release date, with its launch now officially scheduled for 28th November this year.
As detailed back in April, Dragonflight’s first major addition is a new location known as the Dragon Isles, the long-hidden ancestral home of dragonkind. This, in turn, brings four new areas – the Waking Shores starting zone, the expansive Ohn’ahran Plains, the frozen Azure Span, and the majestic Thaldraszus – complete with new dungeons and raids.
Dragonflight also introduces a new playable race-class hybrid (a first for WoW) known as the Dracthyr Evokers, which can switch between human and draconic forms. Depending on a player’s chosen class specialisations, its focus is either damage dealing or healing.