World of Warcraft patch 6.2.2 is baking nicely in the oven, and Blizzard is working hard to fix all the bugs and issues before rolling it out.
The planned release, according to a post on Us.battle.net, is September 1 but keep in mind that the release date isn’t set in stone and is subject to change.
The reason behind this was explained by Community Manager Lore, who says that developers won’t push out patch 6.2.2, until they are sure that bugs are ironed out.
Please keep in mind that this release date is not set in stone, as we are continuing to iron out bugs with 6.2.2’s content, including some related to enabling flight in Draenor. That said, we are optimistic that we’ll be able to have everything ready by then, so we wanted to share the current plan. We know many players — us included! — are excited to take to the skies above Tanaan Jungle and the rest of the Draenor continent.
Full patch notes were shared recently and it was announced that patch 6.2.2 is available in PTR. We were also told that flying is now enabled in Draenor for some characters, players can act as a mercenary for the opposite faction in PvP.
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