The developers at Blizzard have now explained their information about patch 10.0.7 in more detail. In parallel, they refer to the upcoming content that awaits us, especially in the new Forbidden Island walkable area, but that will also be introduced in the rest of the game.
While some players are becoming tired of Dragonflight, the longing for WoW patch 10.0.7 is of course growing. Recently there were only guesses as to when the update will appear. Data mining of holiday items led, among other things, to the assumption that the update must be released before April 5, 2023. Now there is a new “description” for the patch 10.0.7 release date – directly from Blizzard.
WoW: When will patch 10.0.7 be released? No precise date yet
Because while the developers continue to push the release of a clear start date, a new one speaks Post on the official website of “shortly”. And when will the information on the date finally be available? Blizzard remains adamant and only refers to future posts: “Check the official World of Warcraft news site regularly (buy now )drop by so as not to miss the release date.”
But what can players look forward to? In the same post, the developers once again clarified what the big cornerstones of patch 10.0.7 will be. It will not only be small comfort adjustments, Crafting overhaul, and bringing with it important class balancing.
Patch 10.0.7 brings these cool innovations
- Return to the Forbidden Isle, the Dracthyr tutorial area, with a variety of new activities
- Traditional armor for humans and orcs
- New reputation faction: Winter Fur Furbolgs
- Monk available for additional races: Goblins, Lightforged Draenei and Worgen
- What’s New for Recruit A Friend
- New quests – including Baine Bloodhoof!