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After waiting for a surprisingly long time, the first major update of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is now active. Yes, after 218 days (the longest stretch between an expansion release and its x.1 patch in WoW history), Chains of Domination is finally here.
That means there are actually a number of things to do in the Shadowlands again, including a whole new area to explore, more Covenant levels to grind, and (starting next week) a new foray, mega-dungeon and seasonal update of Mythic + Dungeons and PvP.
I’ve been hesitant to live up to my hopes for the 9.1 update, but I’m actually pretty excited to be back in the Shadowlands. There are dozens of significant changes that address many of the complaints players had with the end of the Shadowlands game, including a major overhaul of Torghast, the new roguelike dungeon that was added in November. Torghast no longer imposes a limit on how many times you can die before failing in a race, but gives a score based on the effectiveness of your race, and also has all the secret wings and levels that can generate some cosmetic rewards. ingenious.
In addition, players can it now flies to the four main leveling areas of the Shadow Lands i use his non-flying montages in The Maw, which has also had a facelift and is now much less imposing and threatening.
There’s still a lot to talk about, especially as the weeks go by and new features are introduced, such as the 10-head raid on the Sanctum of Domination and the Tazavesh megadungeon. For more information on domination chains, see our overview.
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