WoW: Shadowlands ends – but what will it be remembered for?

WoW: Dragonflight: Adventure Guide separates between expansion and season in the future

With WoW: Shadowlands, the eighth expansion of the MMO ends in the coming weeks and makes room for Dragonflight. With that, we’re saying goodbye to a whole range of features and systems that most players never really got excited about or at least weren’t able to satisfy. Whether it’s the pacts and their soul ties, the Maw enthusiastically announced by the developers, Torghast or the Legendary farm – we won’t really miss much of it.

Nevertheless, we will remember some things – whether positive or negative. Even today, when the name of an extension is mentioned, many of us immediately have a feature in mind that we inseparably associate with it. This is how Wrath of the Lich King brought the still controversial dungeon finder into play. With Legion, on the other hand, we think directly of the cool class quests and the new Mythic Plus system. Cataclysm, the overhaul of the world and Warlords of Draenor with the garrisons brought us an unprecedented look at how housing in WoW (buy now ) could look like – or maybe it shouldn’t look like.