World of Warcraft Shadowlands has been delayed from its original launch date of October 27 to “later this year”.
World War F and Warcraft Shadowlands Developer, Blizzard, Announces In a poseT misses its planned release date on its site or in the game’s upcoming DLC expansion as the studio makes time for ‘extra polish’.
“During testing over the last few months, we’ve made significant progress in repeating and polishing on key features and gameplay in Shadowlands. “We’re at a stage where zones, campaigns, level-up questing experience and the story we need to share are needed,” says executive producer John Hight.
“However, everything is starting to come together and we are listening to your feedback and building, it has become clear that we need a little more time for additional polish, and to balance and repeat on some interlocking pieces – Especially related to endgame ”
The statement came after players raised their voices about the final game setup of Quantum Nuts Mechanic, with players worried that specific items and cosmetics in each contract would force players to join the same groups.
During Shadowlands Beta, Blizzard has introduced a range of ideas to alleviate this problem – such as the ability to switch Covents – but apparently, the studio still needs more time to complete the final game content.
If you’re looking for more wow content, though, you can expect a pre-patch of World War F Craft Craft Shadowlands on October 13th.
It will use new customization options and a wealth of deportation. Once Shadowlands starts, a new mount will be added to the game, which was voted on by the players.