World of Warcraft Patch 8.3 release period revealed

World of Warcraft patch 8.3 will start in early 2020. Fans expected the patch to come somewhere in December, but Blizzard wants to avoid the holidays so players have enough time to dig into the content.

In Patch 8.3, named Visions of N’Zoth, we will go to Ny’Alotha and battle N’Zoth. The patch brings a lot of new or returning features with it, which are listed below:

We will get a 12 boss raid: Ny’alotha, the Sleeping City;
A New PvP and Mythic+ season will start with the brand new Corrupted Affix;
Two new allied races will be added: The Mechagnomes and Vulpera for Alliance and Horde respectively;
The Worgen and Goblin race will finally get their heritage armor;
The Horrific Visions challenges, which seem a lot like Mage Tower challenges, will be available;
Assaults are returning, this time with a Old God flavour coming to Uldum and the Vale of Eternal Blossoms;
Even more Heart of Azeroth levels can ben obtained with a 3rd minor slot and 7 new Essences;
You can obtain a legendary cloak!;
Titanforging will (finally) be replaced with Corruption;
The Blackrock Depths will get a Battle Pet dungeon;
And finally there will be new pets, mounts, toys, transmogs and new secrets to obtain.

Patch 8.3 is currently available on the PTR for testing and people have been trying out the new raid and giving feedback to Blizzard.