World of Warcraft: Fractures in Time has a July release date cover image

World of Warcraft: Fractures in Time has a July release date

Get ready to travel through time and find out when the WoW: Fractures in Time release date drops!

Prepare to get chrononical with your bad self, as we have a release date for the next big World of Warcraft update. The Fractures in Time release date is set for Tuesday, July 11, announced by Blizzard today. New public events, the Augmentation Evoker specialization, the Dawn of the Infinite Mega-Dungeon, and more all await players looking for some fresh Azeroth-based adventures.

Let's look at what to expect from the summer content drop.

When is the Fractures in Time release date?

The World of Warcraft: Fractures in Time release date is still a few weeks away but we already know quite a bit about it. The biggest bit of content is the overall Dragonflight storyline continuing in the Dawn of the Infinite Mega-Dungeon. This eight-boss encounter is a Mythic-level challenge dungeon and includes the likes of an evil Chromie. Mustache not included. Here's the boss list:

  • Chronikar
  • Manifested Timeways
  • Blight of Galakrond
  • Iridikron the Stonescaled
  • Tyr, the Infinite Keeper
  • Morchie
  • Time-Lost Battlefield (Alliance) and Time-Lost Battlefield (Horde)
  • Chrono-Lord Deios and the Infinite Dragonflight

Is this the end of the long-term Infinite Dragonflight storyline? Who knows! However, expect plenty of time-travel hijinks along the way.

<em>Morchie gonna Morchie.</em>
Morchie gonna Morchie.

If dungeon diving isn't your thing then mayhaps you'll enjoy the new public events found around the Dragon Isles. These Time Rifts will be similar in nature to the other schedule interval open events already found in the expansion. Also new is the Augmentation Evoker specialization, allowing players to buff and boost allies as they see fit with the power of the Black Dragonflight.

And for all you nasty Warlocks out there dreading the Fractures in Time release date, prepare to say goodbye to your Observer. Along with a number of Warlock updates comes the removal of the Glyph that turns your felhound into a one-eyed good boy. RIP.

All this and more await players on July 11 when the Fractures in Time patch drops.

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