Battle for Azeroth: PvP Season 1 – September 4

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The new PvP season is on its way.

Battle for Azeroth PvP Season 1 kicks off September 4 with new rewards.

Two new Arenas — Hook Point and The Mugambala.

In Battle for Azeroth, we want to increase clarity and offer a more structured progression that recognizes players’ accomplishments in real time as they climb through the ranks. As players reach the following rating thresholds, they will enter formal brackets:

  • Combatant: 1400–1599
  • Challenger: 1600–1799
  • Rival: 1800–2099
  • Duelist: 2100–2399
  • Gladiator: 2400+

The specific rewards available in each of these brackets which will be clearly shown in the game’s interface so players can work their way toward earning the items they want most.

Read about rated PvP updates and rewards here and prepare to leap, blink, sneak, or charge your way into the action.

Warfront goes live September 4th / 5th

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What do I get from Warfronts?

What else? Sweet, sweet loot! Participating in a Warfront will let you earn unique armor and weapons themed to your faction (I myself am particularly fond of the Alliance’s Plate set), as well as rare mounts, achievements, and more. But yes, you’re primarily in this for the gear.

What is the first Warfront?

The first Warfront will be Stromgarde Keep in the Arathi Highlands. Long ago Stromgarde was a powerful city-state in its own right, but it has since fallen to ruin. Even so, controlling the area presents tactical advantages in the war being fought by the Alliance and Horde. It rests far to the north in the Eastern Kingdoms.

When do Warfronts go live?

Battle for Azeroth’s first Warfront, Battle for Stromgarde, launches alongside the expansion’s first Raid, so it’ll be available after the weekly reset. As mentioned above, that’s:

Pacific Daylight Time (PDT): 5am (down) 6am (up), September 4
Eastern Daylight Time (EDT): 8am (down) 9am (up), September 4
Central European Summer Time (CEST): 2pm (down) 3pm (up), September 4
British Summer Time (BST): 1pm (down) 2pm (up), September 4

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Uldir Raid Arrives September 4th / 5th

Uldir will be available to play on Normal and Heroic difficulty starting sometime on September 4. Our teams are ready and we can do WoW Uldir boost from the first week on Europe and WoW Uldir carry on US & Ocenia region. World of Warcraft developer Blizzard resets and updates the game servers every Tuesday, 3pm UTC for the US, Latin and Oceanic servers and Wednesday, 7am UTC for the EU servers.

However, a different schedule is in place for this update. Below you’ll find the time Blizzard has said it will take servers down. The time it expects service to return:

Pacific Daylight Time (PDT): 5am (down) 6am (up), September 4
Eastern Daylight Time (EDT): 8am (down) 9am (up), September 4
Central European Summer Time (CEST): 2pm (down) 3pm (up), September 4
British Summer Time (BST): 1pm (down) 2pm (up), September 4

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Glory of the Wartorn Hero – Reins of the Obsidian Krolusk

The second most impressive looking mount coming with BfA, Reins of the Obsidian Krolusk, will be somewhat hard to get, as we’ve found out it’s the reward for Glory of the Wartorn Hero, Battle for Azeroth’s Mythic Dungeon meta-achievement.

This kroluk is marked with proof of surviving scores of trials and hardships.

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Battle for Azeroth™ Arrives August 14

Blizzard Entertainment has announced a launch date for the next World of Warcraft expansion, Battle for Azeroth. You can buy wow bfa boost or carry here.

The expansion will be released on August 14 and is currently available for pre-order.

The standard edition of the latest WoW title is priced at US$49.99 and there is also a digital deluxe edition available for US$69.99.

Features in the upcoming expansion include an increase in level cap from 110 to 120, new kingdoms to explore (Zandalar for the Horde and Kul Tiras for the Alliance), islands to be plundered, a 20-player cooperative Warfront mode, a handful of new Allied Races, and a resource called Azerite to help customize armor.

It seems Blizzard has incorporated enough original content to keep any die hard World of Warcraft fan satisfied.

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