We're just one week away from the release of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, the next expansion for Blizzard Entertainment's popular MMORPG. The team has decided to make our wait for the expansion's debut more pleasant with the release of a new trailer.
This time it's a gameplay trailer - the video includes extensive gameplay footage, showing what attractions await fans of the game in the new expansion.
On the official website of WoW, the developers shared information about improvements in accessibility options, which were recently introduced to the game. The interface has been refreshed and the players given more freedom in configuring it. We will also be allowed to modify the width of Field of View/FOV.
In addition, gamepad controls have been improved and new options have been added for those who prefer to play on the keyboard. Among other things, an interaction key has been introduced (before, this option could only be activated with the mouse) and it is possible to continuously cast spells by holding the assigned button. A new optional targeting system has also been introduced, which automatically targets enemies depending on what you happen to be looking at.
Blizzard has also planned to advertise Twitch Drops. Those who link their Battle.net account to this streaming service can expect rewards. The event has been divided into three phases. During each of them, you need to watch at least two hours of footage from World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.
The first phase has already come to an end. The second will take place from November 28 to December 1, and will reward you with a mount in the form of the Feldrake dragon. The third and final phase will start on December 13 and will end on December 28. In this case, we will be able to get a toy that shoots purple fireworks.
Recall that Dragonflight is the ninth expansion for World of Warcraft. The DLC will be released on November 29.
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- World of Warcraft: Dragonflight - official website