World of Warcraft : Shadowlands Update 9.1.5 is now live
Blizzard Entertainment has released a new World of Warcraft: Shadowlands update (Update 9.1.5) today. “a slew of balance updates, quality of life changes, and more” are the stated goals of this update, according to the developer. The following new features have been added with the most recent update:
Class Balance Changes
Area-of-effect (AOE) damage has undergone a major overhaul. AOE abilities are no longer limited to five targets, but the damage they inflict diminishes after the fifth target is hit.
New Race Customisations
New customisations have been added for Highmountain Tauren, Lightforged Draenei, Nightborne, and Void Elves as part of the effort to allow players to express themselves visually.
Freely switching covenants with no penalty is now possible, allowing players to carry over their achievements from previous covenant activities.
For the next two weeks, the Timewalking rotation will feature six Legion dungeons in heroic and Mythic+ difficulty settings. With the return of the Mage Tower, players will be rewarded with new colour variants of Mythic Tier 20 gear!
New travel points, increased relic and fragment drops, and remote anima deposit will improve the efficiency of players.
Legacy Content Updates
Solo players who like to farm old content for mounts and gear will be pleased to learn that raid bosses, Island Expeditions, Warfronts, and other modes of play have had their difficulty adjusted.
This is the eighth expansion for the massively multiplayer online role-playing game World of Warcraft, which was released on PC in November 2020.