World of Warcraft Patch 8.1 Available with New Features

World of Warcraft has a new update, Patch 8.1 Tides of Vengeance which comes with many new features.  Here is a list will all the new content that is upcoming and short details about them.

1.   Continuation of the War Campaign

2.   Blood Elves and Dwarves will get Heritage Armor

When you reach level 120 and complete the questline of the city you get an heritage armor for Dwarves and Blood Elves. These two characters are the first ones from the non allied races to get armor. For Dwarves go to Ironforage and for Blood Elves visit Silvermoon City.

3.   Reputation Rewards

The paragon reputation is a new feature for the Patch 8.1. There are just pets available such as Albatross Hatchling, Violet Abyssal Eel, Crimson Bat Pup and Cobalt Raven.

4.   Tyrande and Saurfang Questlines

The storyline and mission request of the Tyrande and Saufrang characters are changed in the new Patch 8.1.

5.   New Expeditions

Havenswood and Jorundall are two new expeditions as well as a Vendor that now accepts Seafarer’s Dubloon as payment.

6.   Incursions

If a zone is attacked by enemies you have to complete four World Quests before you attack back the enemy for defense.

7.   Class Changes

All the classes announced during the Tides of Vengeance PTR cycle will now be available as well as some changes to the Shadow Priests, Elemental Shamans, and Enhancement Shamans.

8.   Leveling Changes

New leveling elixir such as Draught of Ten Land and Taste of Victory are now available in the game. A significant reduction was made in the experience required to level up by the level 60.

9.   Azeroth Changes Reputation

After the Tides of Vengeance launches, all you characters will get the heart of Azeroth upgrade from Magni but only if you managed to reach revered with the Azeroth character.

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