World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth’s Uldir raid opens today


World of Warcraft raiders, start your proverbial engines: Uldir, the first of Battle for Azeroth’s raids, officially opens its gates today. The eight-boss raid is an ancient Titan facility where the Titans once quarantined and studied specimens corrupted by the void energy of the Old Gods, searching for a way to counter it. Unsurprisingly, things went horribly, horribly wrong, and of course now it’s up to 10 or 25 of Azeroth’s finest to sort it out.

The normal and heroic versions of the raid are open today, September 4th, with the mythic version following next week on September 11th. For the time being, you’ll need to get a premade group together to tackle the raid’s challenges, but for those who prefer to PUG it up, the raid will be accessible via LFR in three stages: The first wing will open alongside the mythic raid on September 11th, followed by the second wing on September 25th, with the third and final wing opening up on October 9th. Good luck, raiders, and happy Old-God hunting!

Update: It seems the game is suffering some issues today. Not only did Blizz disable the PvP season temporarily, but mythic caches are bugged up. (Thanks, Polyanna!)

TIP: Check your Mythic Plus Cache today from wow

Update: Welp, the caches got fixed already!

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