The pre-expansion patch overhauls the PvP talent system

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The next expansion of World of Warcraft is on the World of Warcraft WoTLK Gold. Battle for Azeroth is set to release in August, however, prior to its launch, Blizzard will roll out an extensive pre-expansion patch this week to set the scene for the forthcoming update and adds exciting new functions to the well-known MMO. Update: World of Warcraft 's major pre-Battle for azeroth patch is now available on PC.It's available for download here.

The patch is scheduled to be available on Tuesday, 17 July. In addition, it introduces War Mode, a new system that lets players choose to opt-in or out of PvP battles. War Mode can be enabled starting at level 20 and can be enabled when you visit either Orgrimmar or Stormwind depending on the faction you are with. Turning it on allows you to fight against other players in every zone which includes Northshire Abbey. But, Blizzard states that Sanctuary zones will not be able to participate in PvP even when War Mode is enabled.

Alongside War Mode, the pre-expansion patch overhauls the PvP talent system. In the past, players could gain talents when they took part in PvP, and also increase the Honor levels of their players. With the new update, players will be able to earn abilities as they progress and put everyone on an equal footing. Players will also be able to select talents from a variety of choices, instead of rows.

After the pre-patch goes in, Blizzard is set to launch new activities in Teldrassil as well as Lordaeron. The events will start on the 24th of July and will continue for three weeks prior to the release of the Battle for cheap WoTLK Classic Gold Azeroth expansion. The complete details of the pre-patch on WoW's Official WoW website.
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