Embers of Neltharion is a new update that provides a lot of new and interesting features for players currently adventuring in the Dragon Isles. One of the most significant changes is the addition of Cross-Faction Guilds. This feature allows players from different factions to join the same guild and interact with each other. This feature has been requested by players for a long time, and it's great to see it finally being implemented.
The new zone, Zaralek Caverns, is another exciting addition to the game. It's a large and intricate cavern system that is filled with hidden treasures and new allies. The molefolk known as Niffen and the Drogbar who we have seen before in the Legion expansion are two new factions that players will encounter in this area. These two factions will have their own renown that players will have to earn to obtain new cosmetic rewards, so look forward to it!
Fyrakk Assaults are a new feature that adds a bit of excitement to the game. Players must band together to stop Fyrakk by defeating his powerful generals who are gathering resources at Suffusion Camps located in the Azure Span and Ohn'ahran Plains. These assaults require teamwork, strategy, and skill to complete, and they are a great way to earn rewards, catch-up gear for alts and experience points.
Aberrus, The Shadowed Crucible is a new end-game instance that is being added in the latest patch. It's a challenging raid that requires players to face off against dracthyr and Old Gods corruption. The raid will drop gear starting from item level 402 in Looking For Raid mode, 415 on Normal, 428 on Heroic, and 441 for Mythic difficulty. The raid will also feature new tier sets with unique bonuses for class' abilities.
In addition to these new features, the rotation of Mythic Keystone dungeons is being changed for the new season: Brackenhide Hollow, Halls of Infusion, Uldaman, Legacy of Tyr, Neltharus, Freehold (Battle for Azeroth), The Underrot (Battle for Azeroth), Vortex Pinnacle (Cataclysm), and Neltharion's Lair (Legion) are the current seasonal dungeons that players will have to tackle on with new affixes.
Finally, players who want to get a sneak peek of the new content can enroll for the PTR (Public Test Realm) and explore the Dragonflight Embers of Neltharion PTR Development Notes on the test forums. This is a great way to provide feedback and report bugs to the WoW developers, and it's a great way to see what's coming in the next update.
Overall, Embers of Neltharion is a great update that offers a lot of new and exciting features for players. It's a great way to keep players engaged and interested in the game, and it's a great way to earn rewards and experience points. If you're a WoW player, then you should definitely check out this new update and see what it has to offer.
Save the Date: Embers of Neltharion Launches on May 2nd, and Raid becomes available at May 9th.