I've been thinking a lot about the story reveals in patch 9.2 and all of the tantalizing bits of narrative we're getting from dataminers.
If you've been running content from Shadowlands patch 9.1, specifically the Sanctum of Domination raid, then you're probably familiar with Shards of Domination are, and since it's tied so closely to patch 9.1, it doesn't come as a huge surprise that we bid them adieu in patch 9.2.
2021 ends next week, and I feel myself a little stressed out because of all the games coming out early in 2022.
You may not really have paid a lot of attention to Pelagos when you first arrived in Bastion.
No matter how well the programmers at Blizzard try to hide and encrypt their code, dataminers seem to decode their secrets, and it seems like Encrypted -- the newest M+ affix for season three, as discovered on the Shadowlands patch 9.2 PTR -- pokes a little bit of fun at that relationship.
I find myself wondering what WoW will even look like after patch 9.2, much less what patch 10 will bring.
The patch 9.2 Warlock tier set makes some unfortunate design choices, and the latest update hasn’t fixed it
Back in mid-November, when we got the first preview for Patch 9.2, there was a lot of excitement around the idea that tier sets were returning for the Sepulcher of the First Ones raid.
Sometimes flying is never introduced to new zones but fortunately some zones, like Zereth Mortis in Shadowlands patch 9.2, allow your flying mounts to stretch their wings skyward.
In an unusual move, Blizzard has added a new cinematic directly onto the patch 9.2 PTR which has wide-ranging implications for the conclusion of the Shadowlands story, and even throws new light on older lore.
Blizzard has officially released a brand-new cinematic for World of Warcraft, as part of the patch 9.2 PTR testing.