World of Warcraft boosts reputation through May 18 and extends its experience boost

Roast somebody.

If you’ve got some lingering reputations you want to raise before Shadowlands arrives in World of Warcraft, you’ve got some added help in doing that now, as the game is offering a new 100% reputation boost starting on April 20th for all factions in Legion and Battle for Azeroth. Of course, that coincides with the announced end date for the 100% experience boost… except it turns out that’s not ending after all, and that boost has now been extended until the pre-patch for Shadowlands is live.

Yes, that means you can now get boosted reputation and boosted experience for all of your characters, making leveling and unlocks that much faster. If that helps get you a bit more hyped up for the next expansion, well, no doubt the latest interview with designer Paul Kubit about Torghast and the systems contained therein is hoping to help stoke that excitement further. It’s good news all around for fans.

Source: Twitter, Official Site, Wowhead; thanks to Rick for the tip!
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