How to get the WoW DISCO toy via Dragonflight Twitch drops
Here are the instructions on how to get the DISCO toy through World of Warcraft Dragonflight Twitch drops.
It's time to get groovy! The next World of Warcraft Dragonflight update will take champions of Azeroth back to the Forbidden Reach. To celebrate this, Blizzard will enable a new WoW Dragonflight Twitch drop for the Dancer's Integrated Sonic Celebration Oscillator (DISCO) toy! Here's how to get it.
Forbidden Reach map (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
How to get the WoW DISCO toy
Unlocking the World of Warcraft DISCO toy requires watching at least four hours of Dragonflight content. You have between March 21 at 10 a.m. PDT to April 2 11:59 p.m. PDT to do this. You don't have to stick to only one Twitch channel, either. You can switch to another one and not lose progress. Just make sure you're watching Dragonflight content on an eligible channel.
After filling up the progress bar and claiming the Twitch drop via the inventory menu, log in to your preferred Battle.net region since that account is where the DISCO toy will go.
You can earn and claim this DISCO toy via your PC or Mac web browser. It's also possible to claim the item on iOS or Android. According to Blizzard, it can also take up to a day to receive the in-game item after claiming it on Twitch.
Twitch drops location (Image via Twitch)
How to get WoW Dragonflight Twitch drops
Getting Twitch drops requires linking up your Twitch and Battle.net accounts. To do this, head to the "Connections" page on Battle.net. Under the "Connected Accounts" section, press the "Connect" button located beside Twitch.
"If you have changed your password or made any changes to your Twitch or Battle.net account, you will have to relink your accounts," according to Blizzard. Relinking your accounts will result in a cooldown of seven days.
World of Warcraft Dragonflight screenshot (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
More World of Warcraft items
If the DISCO toy isn't enough, you can also try your hand at collecting some other in-game items. Below are a few of our guides for awesome World of Warcraft mounts.
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