As we opened October, Blizzard reported that it was deferring Shadowlands, the forthcoming eighth extension for World of Warcraft. Initially scheduled for October 27th, Blizzard at the time declared that World of Warcraft: Shadowlands would now show up eventually later in 2020 without giving us an exact delivery date. Today we at long last got that new delivery date, with Blizzard affirming that the development will surely be here before the year’s end.
In an announcement distributed to Twitter today, Blizzard reported another November 23rd delivery date for Shadowlands. In particular, Shadowlands will be going live at 3 PM PST on that day, allowing players to investigate the new extension and the sensational changes it’s bringing to World of Warcraft.
Snowstorm said today that in the time since Shadowlands was first postponed, it has had the option to “clean the extension and shore up the endgame, including upgrading the battle and awards in the Maw, and revamping the Covenant frameworks to settle on your decision all the more quickly effective and have more clear long haul objectives.”
With the new delivery date set, Blizzard says that its Shadowlands pre-dispatch function will be going live on November tenth – just about two entire weeks before the extension itself dispatches. In the pre-dispatch function, players should do fight with a “surge of the Scourge,” so they’re urged to plan for that.
Also, Blizzard says that it will open Shadowlands’ first attack, Castle Nathria, on December eighth, giving players about a week and a half to get ready to enter the strike and race for world first. Snowstorm appears to be sure that it can hit this new delivery date now that it’s had some extra an ideal opportunity to apply some clean to the extension, so ideally Shadowlands won’t be postponed further. Stay tuned.