World of Warcraft players will soar to Dragon Island in Dragonflight expansion

Blizzard announced Long Feithe latest extension is World of Warcraft This brings dragon riding and more to the game.

The expansion will take you to the original homeland and origin of the dragon family – the Dragon Island. After 10,000 years of dormancy, the dragons return home, including the once-devastating Black Dragonflight.

As your maximum level reaches 70, you’ll level up through four new areas of Dragon Isle: Awakening Shores, Onahlan Plains, Azure Span, and Zeldasus.

The expansion features new mail armor for the Dractyr race, the first ever to mix races and classes and a dedicated Evoker. Depending on the chosen class specialization, Dracthyr can fight enemies from a distance as a damage dealer, or support allies as a healer.

The Evoker class has two specializations, a mix of dragon magic and ranged damage. Feat, Destruction, utilizes red and focused blue magic, while Healing Feat, Persistence, utilizes rejuvenating green and bronze magic.

There’s also a new spell type, given exclusively to Dracthyr, allowing them to charge other spells for greater effect. Empower can be used in conjunction with Strafe’s deep breathing flight attack, which shoots flames directly below the Dracthyr. They can also use the Leafy Wing spell to knock enemies back a short distance.

Players who create dragon evokers will be able to design dragon avatars that they take on in battle, as well as humanoid Visages for interacting with citizens of Azeroth. Drathir Evoker starts at level 58 and has a unique starting questline.

All players can learn the art of dragon riding through the expansion, and will have a baby dragon companion who can customize the appearance and soar through the skies more efficiently as you progress through the expansion.

As Dragonflight expands, you can expect a new raid that will take you into the ancient prison of the original incarnation. You need to stop them before their malevolent power is unleashed against the Dragon Guardians.

The new dungeon will see you fight to retake the Black Dragonflight stronghold of Nel’Sarus, explore Uldaman’s previously unknown chambers, and defend the Red Dragonflight’s Pool of Life.

The expansion also includes an overhaul of the HUS and UI, talent, and professions.

The new talent system will allow you to make more creative choices without compromising performance and give you more meaningful choices. As classes improve, craftsmen will discover new features and tools, including player-driven work orders, new equipment, and a new specialization system.

You’ll find an updated UI that refreshes the World of Warcraft UI, improves the look and feel of the minimap, and provides new options to customize different aspects to your liking.

A release date for the extension is not provided, but you can Opportunity to take part in beta testing Dragonflight before it was released.