World of Warcraft patch 9.1.5 kicks off testing with a number of new customization options for Nightborne, Lightforged Draenei, and Void Elves. Posted by Alex at 9:03 AM We have been developing websites for over 13 years. We have a very talented team of designers and developers that can create a website for your business that is unique and looks great. We have a very talented team of designers and developers that can create a website for your business that is unique and looks great.
World of Warcraft patch 9.1.5, titled “The Nighthold”, is now kicking off testing on the PTR, and with it come a number of new customization options. The patch will bring two new Nightborne looks to the game, the first of which is the Voidcaller. The Voidcaller is an alternative look for any Nightstalker character, with the ability to affect the appearance of their flying mount. Zone-wide, they will now have their own version of the Nightstalker’s Voidwalker mount, which acts as a subtle homage to the Voidcallers themselves. Lightforged draenei will also see a new look, featuring their new armor and weapon models.
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: World of Warcraft wants you to fall in love with the game all over again. Can you think of another explanation for the game’s rapid inclusion of a slew of new personalization choices that gamers have demanded? You may not care why; instead, you could be pleased that you now have a slew of new ways to customize your Nightborne, Lightforged Draenei, and Void Elf characters, including additional toggles and a range of more complex choices for each of these three races.
There are already a slew of aesthetic choices being mined, including new looks that match Nightborne weapons (presumably thanks to Legion timewalking) and new shades of current tier sets being introduced to the game. There are also new heirloom item upgrades that enable them to scale up to level 60, giving you additional opportunities to level up with scaling gear to assist facilitate any alts inspired by the new customisation choices.
Examine all of the new features in 9.1.5.
#Shadowlands is now available on the PTR.
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September 2, 2021 — World of Warcraft (@Warcraft)
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