New World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth content is now live

In the latest content now available in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, two Allied Races join the fight, new Tools of the Trade bring twists to players’ professions, and a mystery is brewing at the Brawler’s Guild.

Play as a Zandalari Troll or Kul Tiran Human

Over the course of countless trials and on the frontlines of the Battle of Dazar’alor, the heroes of the Alliance and the Horde have forged unbreakable bonds with their new Kul Tiran human and Zandalari troll allies. Players who’ve proven their worth can now officially recruit and play as one of these proud Allied Races.

Master Your Craft with Tools of the Trade

Players with crafting professions can now embark on quests to earn special Tools of the Trade that provide unique bonuses or abilities. Mend the fabric of reality and gather cloth displaced across time with Synchronous Thread for Tailoring. Siphon the blood of the dead and write Blood Contracts with the Sanguine Feather Quill of Lana’thel for Inscription. Harness the might of the titans to forge indestructible gear with the Khaz’gorian Smithing Hammer.

Big Trouble at the Brawler’s Guild

The secretive Brawler’s Guild has long been the site of some seriously seedy activity—but the latest turn of events represents a whole new level of shady. Can you solve the mystery of who murdered the guild’s quartermaster in an all-new Brawler’s Guild quest line?

War, Magni, and More

The new update includes even more for players to discover across Azeroth, including the next quests in the ongoing War Campaign and the latest developments in Magni Bronzebeard’s mission to heal the planet’s wounds.

Starting on April 17, players will be able to confront the horrors lurking below Stormsong Valley in the Crucible of Storms—an upcoming two-boss raid that will lead in to the story of Battle for Azeroth’s second major content update, Rise of Azshara.

Murat Oktay

Video games have been my passion for as long as I can remember. I have been writing and managing in the game industry for more than 30 years. I've been playing Diablo 2 nonstop since it first came out.

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