World of Warcraft Shadowlands Expansion Releases Next Year; Base, Epic and Heroic Editions Available for Pre-order Now
World of Warcraft Shadowlands is World of Warcraft’s next expansion, Blizzard has announced at Blizzcon 2019.
Earlier this week we already reported on Shadowlands possibly being the next World of Warcraft expansion, and Blizzard has now officially confirmed the arrival of the expansion through one hell of an announcement trailer featuring Bolvar ‘The Lich King’ Fordragon and Sylvannas. Check out this amazing trailer down below:
The veil between life and death is no more. Discover what lies beyond the world you know in the next chapter of the World of Warcraft saga—Shadowlands
Explore Azeroth’s Afterlife
The Shadowlands are home to an entire universe of the departed. Journey through hidden realms of wonders and horrors that await any who pass to the other side.
Choose Your Covenant
Align yourself with one of the Shadowlands’ four Covenants—otherworldly shepherds of the dead, each with their own ambitions, motives, and incredible powers to claim as your own.
Storm the Eternal Prison
Test your limits as you ascend Torghast, Tower of the Damned, a highly replayable ever-changing dungeon in the dark heart of the Maw, where the vilest souls are locked away forever.
Apparently, the expansion will squish players down to level 50 and level 60 will be the new level cap for players.
World of Warcraft Shadowlands will release globally next year and fans can now pre-order one of the following editions: the base edition, the heroic edition, and the epic edition.
Includes a pre-purchase* of World of Warcraft®: Shadowlands™ and early access to Death Knights for Allied Races and Pandaren starting with the Visions of N’Zoth content update.
Includes everything in the Base Edition, plus instant access to a Level 120 Character Boost and the Ensorcelled Everwyrm flying mount. The flying mount grants a quest for the Vestments of the Eternal Traveler transmog set.
Includes everything in the Heroic Edition, plus 30 days of game time, the Anima Wyrmling pet, an otherworldly Eternal Traveler’s effect for your Hearthstone, and Illusion: Wraithchill, a cosmetic effect for your weapon. As with other Illusions, Wraithchill cannot be applied to certain weapon types.
We’ll update once we learn more about the all-new Shadowlands expansion for World of Warcraft.