Next World Of Warcraft Patch Adds Level Scaling To Zones Before Legion

If you haven’t been interested in the World of Warcraft universe over the past years, Blizzard is giving you a reason to come back tomorrow. As of January 16th, the next World of Warcraft patch will bring the level scaling system to older regions, so this is your time to take a stroll around Azeroth again. The developer has traditionally split different zones based on level requirements, meaning that players must first enter lower leveled zones to gear up before venturing into higher leveled ones with more threatening enemies.

The level scaling system, let’s you know at which level you can enter any area and earn the maximum amount of experience, firstly got introduced in World of Warcraft’s last expansion, Legion. Now it’s getting added to older zones too, from Kalimdor to Eastern Kingdoms  Outland, Northrend, Pandaria, and Draenor, gaining fast experience is now easier, especially for new players.

With the release of the Battle for Azeroth expansion coming possibly next year, Blizzard is aiming to get players creating new characters with the latest World of Warcraft patch. Apart from this feature, the Alliance and the Horde will be able to fight over a precious new resource, Azerite, in this new 10v10 battleground. Seething Shore is a king of the hill battleground where the first faction to collect ten pieces of Azerite from randomly spawned nodes, wins. It will become available as the story in Silithus unfolds.

Also, players who completed Antorus will be able to travel there through the summoned Burning Throne in their capitals. There they’ll be able to investigate the events the impact of Sargeras’ blade, a questline that becomes available when you log in.

There are also a few more features coming in the next World of Warcraft patch, which will be available tomorrow and you can read about them on Blizzard’s website here.