World of Warcraft: Dragonflight brings updates we’ve waited 18 years for

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Blizzard’s announced its long-awaited 10.0 expansion, Dragonflight. Following scores of rumors, theories, and outright leaks, the developer’s confirmed that for World of Warcraft’s ninth expansion, we’ll be heading to the mythical Dragon Isles, a landmass lost to Azeroth for 10,000 years.

Dragonflight introduces the first race-class combo – the Dracthyr Evoker and a new method of traversing the skies of Azeroth – dragonriding. But the expansion isn’t only adding new toys, it brings a much-needed overhaul to World of Warcraft’s ancient systems. Progression will be revamped, with a new talent system designed to replace recent expansions’ weathered ‘borrowed power’ approach; a crafting rework gives gathering and production skills some much-needed love; and a full HUD update, the first in World of Warcraft’s 18-year history, sees the MMOs UI brought up to modern standards.

Here be dragons

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