Finally, the Azeroth Protector Dragons (Aspects) themed expansion long suggested by World of Warcraft fans is a reality. It’s called World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, and it will take place in the mythical Dragon Isles.
Unlike the last expansions, Dragonflight will start with a much more optimistic tone, with players reaching the shores of the ancestral home of dragons like Alexstrasza, Kalecgos, Ebonhorn, or Wrathion, at the same time, the world is “healed.”
Dragonflight will expand the level cap to 70 and introduce new dedicated leveling zones as usual. Examples include Waking Shores, Ohn’ahran Plains, icy Azure Span, and Thaldraszus, the ultimate location of dragon power and location for the region’s new hub, Valdrakken.
The Dragon Isles will also include a fifth zone dedicated to the start of the adventure of the new Hero Class, Evoker, exclusive to the Dractyr race. The Dractyr are capable of alternating between human and draconic form; they can be part of the Horde or Alliance and are associated only with the Evoker, being able to occupy the position of healer or ranged DPS.
Along with the novelties, which involve a flight system related to the relationship between players and dragons, several World of Warcraft systems will once again be reworked. The user interface, for example, will allow more customization from the source, discounting the use of add-ons. The professions system will also be enriched with new options, and the return of specializations is expected.
Furthermore, the talent system will also undergo important changes with the return of the option to allocate points in a talent tree divided between class and specialization. Registration for Dragonflight alpha and beta tests will soon be available on the official website.