Jan 07, 2017 09:03 AM EST
‘World Of Warcraft’ Survival Guide For Patch 7.1.5; New Contents Coming Next Week; Boss Raid Schedule Revealed [VIDEO GUIDE]
Blizzard announced Patch 7.1.5 is coming to "World of Warcraft." Patch 7.1.5 is the first minor updates coming to the game. Though it is not going to be as jam-packed like Patch 7.5, "World of Warcraft" gamers can still receive good contents to fill the holes gained from the previous Patch 7.1.0.
"World of Warcraft" Patch 7.1.5 adds Mists of Pandaria content to the Timewalking feature which brings new rewards and exciting contents. Any players whose characters levels are 91 or higher is allowed to join Mists of Pandaria rotation. New rewards from Patch 7.1.5 is found at the Mists River Shop in the Timeless Isles, Game Pros wrote.
Aside from this, "World of Warcraft" players can notice changes to the class that aims to improve all class balance, according to Patch 7.1.5 Survival Guide video on War of Warcraft YouTube Channel. Additionally, it makes other specs more exciting to pay and enabling more talent choices. Patch 7.1.5 also updated some secondary stats like Critical and Mastery to improve the level of competitiveness of "World of Warcraft" characters and open up more options to in-game item upgrades.
'World Of Warcraft' Boss Raid Schedule Revealed
Meanwhile, hardcore players looking for "World of Warcraft" boss raids, here is five schedules starting after Patch 7.1.5 next week:
1. January 17 opens Nighthold Normal and Heroic difficulties.
2. January 24 opens Nighthold Mythic difficulty and Raid Finder Wing 1 [Arcing Aqueducts].
3. February 7 opens Nighthold Raid Finder Wing 2 [Royal Athenaeum].
4. February 21 opens Nighthold Raid Finder Wing 3 [Nightspire].
5. March 7 opens Nighthold Raid Finder Wing 4 [Betrayer's Rise].
Patch 7.2 release date on "World of Warcraft" has not been confirmed by Blizzard. Meanwhile, Patch 7.1.5 still brings more fun in the game which will come on Jan. 10 a week before the opening of Nighthold raid.
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