World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth’s new raid, Uldir, is now playable in both Normal and Heroic difficulties.
World of Warcraft players have more to look forward alongside the Uldir raid, which went live yesterday. There are new world bosses, and the first season of Rated PvP and Mythic Keystone dungeons are live.
In Uldir, there are eight raid bosses in total with more wings opening up over the next 30 or so days.
- September 11 – Mythic, Raid Finder Wing 1: Halls of Containment (Taloc, MOTHER, Zek’voz, Herald of N’zoth)
- September 25 – Raid Finder Wing 2: Crimson Descent (Fetid Devourer; Vectis; Zul; Reborn)
- October 9 – Raid Finder Wing 3: Heart of Corruption (Mythrax the Unraveler, G’huun)
Six new world bosses are now available across Zandalar and Kul Tiras. Blizzard has provided the list of monstrosities along with location.
- T’zane (Nazmir)
- Ji’arak (Zuldazar)
- Hailstone Construct (Drustvar)
- Azurethos, The Winged Typhoon (Kul Tiras)
- Warbringer Yenajz (Stormsong Valley) .
- Dunegorger Kraulok (Vol’dun)
Defeating Warbringer Yenajz, T’zane, Dunegorger Kraulok, Hailstone Construct, Ji’arak, and Azurethos will reward the achievement “Unbound Monstrosities.”
The aforementioned isn’t all. Battle for Azeroth’s first 20-player cooperative Warfront, Stromgarde, has kicked off. You can learn more about Warfronts in the developer video above.
Horde players can start contributing the supplies necessary to launch an assault on Stromgarde. Once enough supplies have been contributed, all Horde players in the region will get access to the Warfront for a limited time.
Alliance players can now access special outdoor content in Arathi Highlands, including a new world boss.
Mythic Keystone dungeons are now available with the start of season one. The first-ever seasonal affix, Infested, is themed after G’huun, the final boss of Uldir. The boss will appear on level 10 or higher Keystones. A new affix will be available each dungeon season.
Rated PvP Season one has also started with new rewards and the new arenas Hook Point and The Mugambala. Players can also earn Conquest points to purchase new rewards and earn weekly PvP chests.
More information on each feature is available on the official WoW website.