World of Warcraft to add two new playable races

World of Warcraft is getting a new playable race of adorable fox people

Recently, news about the World of Warcraft update was revealed which will be called World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.

The upcoming major update for the long-running MMO will be entirely free, and introduces two new playable allied races, as well as a brand new story to sink our teeth (and time) into.

Visions of N'zoth is bringing new features for players, but perhaps the highlight is the Vulpera playable race, which you can see pictured below. Allied Races are unique in WoW and require players to have maxed out their faction reputation before starting a new Allied Race character. As the name suggests, players will take on the giant tentacled creature and its minions, not in a distant land like it's usually the case with new locations, but rather all around Azeroth, wherever the veil between the two dimensions get torn.

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If an Assault happens in one of the two specified zones, that zone will alter form and denizens from the Eldritch realm with flow in. These solo campaigns are centered around potential futures where N'Zoth wins and alters Stormwind and Ogrimmar.

This all comes from the latest developer content update preview video, where World of Warcraft game director Ion Hazzikostas also talked about N'Zoth invasions of Uldum and the newly-restored Vale of Eternal Blossoms in Pandaria. With the Dire Maul dungeon set to be added to Classic on October 15, ahead of the "Phase 2" content period still on track for later this year.

World Of Warcraft Update 8.3 doesn't have a release date yet but it will be arriving on Beta later today.

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