World of Warcraft’s next major update is the 10.1.5 patch, also known as Fractures in Time. As a midseason update, it won’t include a new raid, but it will add a new mega-dungeon and the opportunity to take dragon-riding to the rest of Azeroth, among other things.
Among the other upcoming quality-of-life improvements is the removal of the need to spend a fortune on riding, as characters will gain the ability to do so naturally as they level up. To learn more about the World of Warcraft 10.1.5 patch, read on.
When Will Wow 10.1.5 Come Out?
The 10.1.5 update is slated to arrive this summer, although its exact release date remains unknown. The update first appeared in the public test realm (PTR) on May 11, and if past timing is any indication, it will go live in July 2023. As soon as the publication date is confirmed, I will add it here.
Players have discovered proof on PTR servers that Blizzard plans to release Dragonriding to the general public, along with more than a hundred different varieties of Dragonriding mounts, in Patch 10.1.5.
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In addition, Wowhead unearthed more than 250 Dragonriding achievements, which hints at the possibility of Dragonriding drakes finally being able to travel to the Eastern Kingdoms and Kalimdor.
Patch 10.1.5 is highly anticipated due to the addition of the new Evoker spec, the Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon, and the new events. When Blizzard announces the official release date, we will update this post accordingly.
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