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Blizzard has made some adjustments to the WOW payment system

  • The story of the Shadowlands continues as players advance one step further in their battle against the Jailer. Korthia is a new zone introduced by Chains of Domination that is a part of the Maw. This area is critical to the Jailer's plans.

    New zones bring with them new rewards, providing players with a plethora of things to do. They must also prepare for the upcoming dungeon and raid. Tazavesh, the Veiled Market, is a massive dungeon with a lot of rooms. It has eight bosses and takes place in an exotic location.

    This new dungeon will be divided into two sections, with the mythic difficulty level being the only one currently available. Weapons, armor, accessories, pets, and a mount are among the rewards. Players won't be able to take on the dungeon on heroic mode for the foreseeable future.

    They will have to wait until Patch 9.2 in order to do so. In addition, a new raid has been added in Patch 9.1. Sanctum of Domination will have a total of ten bosses. The Banshee Queen and Kel'Thuzad, two well-known World of Warcraft villains, will be encountered by players.

    The Eye of the Jailer and Tarragrue are among the new enemies. The Tower of Torghast is also getting more content. Players will be able to embark on an adventure into a new wing. The death counter has been replaced with a score, which should make things a little easier for players. Blizzard has announced the launch of a new fundraising campaign for Doctors Without Borders, which will be carried out through World of Warcraft's 2021 altruistic pet benefit program. You can make a donation to help.

    Due to the fact that the tournament is about mythic dungeons, the participants will be divided into teams of five players. The total prize pool for The Great Push is $20,000. The tournament is open to anyone who wishes to participate. If you have a group of dependable individuals, you are welcome to participate. There are no qualifying stages for those who wish to participate in the content. The registration period will be open until May 17th. The Proving Grounds are the name given to the first stage of The Great Push. This will take place on the 22nd and 23rd of May. It's a preliminary round of qualification. Each team will be given two dungeon key combinations. The goal is to put as much pressure on them as possible. It is in the balance whether or not to proceed to the next stage. The top six teams from the Proving Grounds will compete in the grand finale. The six teams will face off against various Shadowlands dungeons. The objective is to complete the dungeon in a reasonable amount of time while upgrading the key. The team with the highest overall score across all dungeons wins the competition.

    There have been a lot of questions about this change, and some forums have attempted to answer them. First and foremost, the subscription model remains the same as before; you can continue to choose between subscriptions of 30, 90, or 180 days. Second, you can continue to pay with WOW gold classic Tokens if you wish. Last but not least, game times that have already been purchased will not be affected by this change.

    This arbitrary change, on the other hand, has an impact on players who used to purchase single month subscriptions. Now they must spend more money on a more expensive 60-day bonus, which they may or may not use in its entirety.

    There are, of course, alternatives: while the 30-day subscriptions are still active, you can purchase a one-month subscription and cancel it once the first payment has been made, ensuring that you are not charged the following month. And as long as you have enough gold in the game, you can exchange it for WOW Tokens.

    And remember, if you are enjoying WOW TBC classic gold, you can always purchase WOW Gold from GoldPiles.