World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Patch 8.2.5 is Being Released Tomorrow
World of Warcraft’s next content update, Battle for Azeroth patch 8.2.5, is being released on the game’s live servers on September 24.
Blizzard announced the release of the content update for World of Warcraft’s most recent expansion on its official website this weekend. Patch 8.2.5 features new character models for the goblins and Worgen, the new honeyback harvester mount, the final chapter of the War Campaign, the recently covered new Party Sync mode and more.
NEW WORGEN AND GOBLIN CHARACTER MODELS
First introduced in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, worgen and goblins are getting some long-anticipated improvements to their character models. These updates touch on every aspect of how the worgen and goblins look—from their faces to their animations.
NEW MOUNT: HONEYBACK HARVESTER
Stormsong’s Beekeepers have discovered a new hive in town. Alliance players can work with Barry to locate the hive and court the favor of the Hivemother in order to earn the Honeyback Harvester mount—and both factions can earn several other bee-themed toys and items.
THE WAR CAMPAIGN CONCLUDES
Tensions continue to rise between Saurfang, Anduin, and the Banshee Queen Sylvanas. Discover what awaits the Horde and Alliance in the final chapter of the War Campaign.
JOIN YOUR FRIENDS IN THEIR ADVENTURES WITH PARTY SYNC
Party Sync is a new feature that makes it easier than ever for friends to party up and quest together. When players activate Party Sync, everyone in the party becomes aligned to the same quest state and phase.
For those interested in the full patch 8.2.5 content update notes, we suggest visiting Blizzard’s official page right here.
World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is available globally now. Blizzard launched the expansion back in August of last year.