Blizzard has revealed their plans for the upcoming major narrative in World of Warcraft, which will be known as the Worldsoul Saga.
This grand narrative will unfold across the upcoming series of expansions, including The War Within, Midnight, and The Last Titan. The breathtaking cinematic for the 11th World of Warcraft expansion, “The War Within,” showcasing a profound moment where Anduin and Thrall confront the consequences of Anduin’s previous decisions. As the World Soul of Azeroth beckons for assistance against an imminent threat lurking beneath the Sword of Sargeras.
The Worldsoul Saga begins 2024
An epic story across three expansions:
🕷️ The War Within
✨ The Last Titan pic.twitter.com/11ZVolwp3M
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The new expansion will The War Within will introduce four fresh zones as players delve deep into the heart of Azeroth: the Isle of Dorn, the Ringing Deeps, Hallowfall, and Azj-kahet, a significant hub of nerubian civilization. Gamers have the option to pre-purchase World of Warcraft: The War Within at present and receive exclusive in-game bonuses such as the Algarian Stormrider mount and additional rewards! When you buy The War Within’s Epic Edition expansion, you’ll gain early access to the expansion’s beta testing and the opportunity to play the expansion three days before its official release.
The War Within will include a brand new race: Earthen Allied Race. This race will be accessible to both Horde and Alliance factions.
In the upcoming expansion, there will be a total of 8 new dungeons. Four of them will be encountered while you level up, and the other four will be available towards the end of the campaign. One of these dungeons will involve confronting the Candle King, another will have you riding dragons, and there’s even the Cinderbrew Meadery to explore!
Additionally, the Nerub’ar Palace is an exciting eight-boss raid with the queen as the final boss. You’ll start by breaking through their front entrance and then find yourself in a dark pit filled with old god blood. As you progress, you’ll have to fight your way up, eventually reaching the queen’s sanctum. What sets this raid apart is its unique vertical design, which makes it stand out from the rest.