Due to an unintentional revelation on Blizzard’s website, the next World of Warcraft expansion has been revealed prematurely. World of Warcraft: Dragonflight is the name of the upcoming expansion for the MMO game. This expansion will have an official unveiling on April 19. Players may expect at the very least a couple of new dragon mounts.
Players are due for another huge story DLC after 2020’s Shadowlands, but delays from the outbreak and a case over alleged discrimination and harassment at Activision Blizzard may push the new expansion back to 2023.
Public Source Code Gave It Away…
The next expansion for the massively multiplayer online MMO game World of Warcraft will be having the title “Dragonflight”. This is thanks to a public source code update on the official World Of Warcraft website.
The solid proof is the inclusion of Base, Heroic, and Epic options for Dragonflight in the website’s accessible source code, as these purchase options are also present in World of Warcraft’s most recent expansion, Shadowlands. The published source code also refers to the domain dragonflight.blizzard.com, which is now offline but, according to Wowhead, was certified just last week.
This Dragonflight expansion may be available in late 2022. Expansion for World of Warcraft is always two years apart since 2008’s Wrath Of The Lich King expansion. However, the impact of the pandemic may have pushed the release date back to 2023.
World of Warcraft fans still has more to look forward to after Dragonflight, provided that is the title of the future expansion. Blizzard will reveal its future mobile game sometime in May, according to the game’s Spring 2022 roadmap, which was posted to the game’s official Twitter account last month.
The next expansion is on the horizon.
Join us. April 19.
— World of Warcraft (@Warcraft) March 7, 2022
Bobby Kotick Issue
Activision Blizzard is now involved in misbehavior charges that surfaced in the middle of last year. After Microsoft acquired the company, many US Senators are accusing Microsoft of shielding Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick. Activision Blizzard also settled a federal case for roughly £13.7 million last month.
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