World of Warcraft previews Shadowlands’ Torghast while WoW Classic goes into Phase 4

    
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Will Blizzard ever crack the code of engaging and replayable World of Warcraft endgame content that doesn’t go stale for a long time? It’s certainly going to keep on trying, with the next attempt being Torghast in this year’s Shadowlands.

The studio put up a preview of this changing dungeon, saying, “Highly replayable and inspired by roguelike games, heroes are invited to explore its ever-changing halls and chambers and do battle with the minions of the Jailer, Torghast’s vile ruler. Those who brave its trials can claim legendary treasures and help free the heroic spirits wrongfully trapped within.”

In the meanwhile, retail players are hopping their way through Noblegarden, which runs through the 19th and includes many egg hunts for your entertainment.

WoW Classic players are getting their own fun today with the release of Phase 4. There’s even a surprise bonus, as Silithus and Cenarion Circle quests are being included in addition to Zul’Gurub and the Stranglethorn Fishing Extravaganza.

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Mark

Sounds like a cool feature that we will never see again once the next xpac hits.

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Jo Watt

Nah tbh. If they just theme this based off the current expansion. It will always have a place in game.

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Mordyjuice

Sounds like a fun concept, but then Island Expeditions and Warfronts sounded like a great idea at the time as well. I’m keeping a realistic sense of optimism with out any fanboi hype. That said I preordered Shadowlands today, bought the $80 version for the transmogs, mount, and it came with a month of game time, and a level 120 boost so when you put that into consideration I probably bought the expansion it self at below the normal price tag.

Besides I finally got to roll a Panda Death Knight which I’ve wanted for many years, I can finally play as a fat person in WoW just how I look in real life (what you think I’m going to lie and pretend I’m Brad Pitt?); I named him Wuhanbear.

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Bruno Brito

That said I preordered Shadowlands today, bought the $80 version for the transmogs, mount, and it came with a month of game time, and a level 120 boost so when you put that into consideration I probably bought the expansion it self at below the normal price tag.

Isn’t that the monetary equivalent of fanboi hype?

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Mordyjuice

Not really, it’s that I have disposable income at the moment, the version I wanted had cosmetic items I was interested in, had 120 boost which is valued at a specific dollar amount, and 30 days of game time which I would have paid for in a few days any way which dropped the price down by $15, and I can play as a Death Knight Panda now; that’s not hype I saw value in things I wanted that I can use right now.

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Furin

I love slay the spire. What makes it replayable is the wide variety in which you can overcome the challenges within through a large variety of cards that interact which each-other and the enemies. I’m very skeptical on any MMO pulling that off, let alone WoW. But if they do I’m in.

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jay

So basically we’re looking at a clone of FFXIV’s palace of the dead? Which got really boring after a few weeks. Yes the layout changes, it just becomes a rushed race once people have done it 10000 times.

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Jokerchyld

I am looking at this as an end game solo mythic dungeon without a timer. Thats very promising if they can deliver on it.

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Leiloni

I think it’s supposed to be harder than that and a real challenge as you get high enough.

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Bruno Brito

IF they actively use this dungeon as either a model or they don’t make it go obsolete when the xpac after this one drops, then i’ll be pleased.

Who am i kidding here?