World of Warcraft’s 9.1 Chains of Domination is launching June 29

    
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Ominous!

World of Warcraft Retail is finally putting a date on the first major patch post-Shadowlands: Chains of Domination is launching June 29th.

“The Chains of Domination content update is packed with new features—brave a new area of the Maw—Korthia, the City of Secrets. Breach the Sanctum of Domination raid dungeon to confront the Jailer in the heart of Torghast. Discover the new mega-dungeon—Tazavesh, the Veiled Market, learn to take flight above the Shadowlands, and more.”

A few other dates of note for you before you slide on down to the trailer: Normal and heroic raids open July 6th, the raid finder wings begin opening on July 13th, and the PvP season starts July 6th.

Mythic+ Season 2 introduces increased item levels for rewards and new mounts, along with a new dungeon affix: Tormented Servants of the Jailer,” Blizzard says. “These servants can be found throughout the dungeon and grant powerful boons when defeated. In addition, if a servant is not dealt with, they empower the final boss. Season 2 also brings with it Torghast, Tower of the Damned Layer 10, and the opening of Tazavesh, the Veiled Market on Mythic difficulty.”

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Stefan
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Stefan

Cannot entice me enough to get back into the game, i would honestly give classic with TBC a go first if i were to have some sort of nice laid back group to play with.

It seems the patches take forever to get done and is always trying to fix issues of features and systems people did not ask for.

Also a heavy focus on competitive PvE that seeped through every layer, which is understandable knowing who the game director is, but i have a life and other hobbies, i cannot and will not play a game that most has busy chore work for me if i cannot be part of the rat race.

Also the biggest draw for me used to be how the story progressed and even that seems to be all over the place ever since Legion, what appeared to have rounded up most of the old story elements.

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Sorenthaz

Feels like that took a hilariously long time to finally get a x.1 patch out. Imagine if XIV or ESO for some reason took that long.

Like it’s pretty clear Classic is their saving grace to try and keep their subscription numbers up.

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johnwillo

Too late. I live in Classic now.

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teppic

Months late, launched less than a month after TBC and with barely any notice. It feels like they literally have no idea what they’re doing.

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Bruno Brito

OMG!

Raids!

What a new and fresh idea!

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Grimalkin

Wanna bet how broken and unfinished this patch will be?

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Khrome

I wonder how much of 9.0 will be made irrelevant with this patch.

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SmiteDoctor

Do I still have to do some BS Rep Grind to get to the story content because that really pissed me off? I get that Covy Rewards have to be earned but I really did not appreciate being told that could not access story steps with out hitting specific reknown levels, that’s like a Mobile Gaming Ploy with out the cash shop shenanigans.

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Loopy

BfA’s rep grind to unlock story content was the straw that broke my camel’s back. Absolutely unacceptable practice and one that caused me to finally quit retail WoW.

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SmiteDoctor

Yeah when I hit that bull shit wall in Shadowlands after the first drip of Covenant Story I was like you’re shitting me right, you expect me to run errands to experience the story?!?!?!

Fuck that, went back to ESO, the only DLC I played where there was run around work to progress the story was Dark Brotherhood, I just stopped playing that storyline and moved on. You just play the game and enjoy the fucking story, no random rep barriers involved.

I mean sure ESO has it’s own endgame treadmill but it doesn’t gate the damn story!!!

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Hurbster

ESO does the same with the Thieves Guild as well, to be fair. But they are both designed to be done as you are doing other things so it was never a bother for me.

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SmiteDoctor

Which is why I skip over them, never did Craglorn either.

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TomTurtle

Time to see how Blizzard handles Sylvanas’ story at the end of the raid. I mostly dread the possibilities of what they could have chosen. I don’t want it to be frustrating, but I’m not confident it won’t be.

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Dug From The Earth

Too little

Too late

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misanthropomorphic

totally agree. way too little, way too late. if they ever release an x-pac where I can play a murloc, I might come back. until then, Blizzard is on an extended time-out. I think they should just sunset the game with a final expansion, instead of this slow death by a thousand cuts.

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Leo

to me they need to reevaluate the way they do things. They seem to feel the need for these big expansions but yet they have shown the current crew can’t handle them. So maybe instead make smaller things more consistently would be a better bet. But of course that would go against their financial overlords in the company.