For the first time, Blizzard is releasing a World of Warcraft roadmap that spans a full year

Blizzard has released a World of Warcraft roadmap that spans a full year.

In a move welcomed by fans of the 18-year-old massively multiplayer online RPG, Blizzard told players what to expect in 2023 and what the recently released Dragonflight expansion will look like.

Six content updates are scheduled to go live over the course of 2023, Blizzard said in a blog entrythe first of which is right around the corner, adding to the recently announced trading post, new transmog options for gray and white gear, and additional world content.

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While plans often change and release windows slip, it’s good to see Blizzard making a mark with this commitment to World of Warcraft players. As a former WoW player, I find it remarkable that Blizzard has finally done this all these years after launch.

“As we plan the way forward after the release of Dragonflight, we recognize the duty we owe our players to nurture this vibrant world, and frankly, the need to do better than we sometimes do in the have done in the recent past.” Executive producer Holly Longdale admitted.

“Our goal for Dragonflight is that there should always be something around the corner, with a new update hitting our test realms shortly after the last one is live and in your hands.”

World of Warcraft Dragonflight 2023 Roadmap

The six content patches should be “rather evenly spread out” throughout 2023, Longdale said, and include two major updates with new zones, raids, and seasonal rewards.

In between, expect new world events, system updates, new dungeons, and new narrative chapters and cinematics.

By all accounts, Dragonflight has been well-received after a period when rivals like Final Fantasy 14 were pulling players away from Blizzard’s MMO. While Activision Blizzard is yet to announce sales or player numbers for Dragonflight, World of Warcraft seems to have at least changed the narrative, and with Blizzard veteran Chris Metzen returning to Warcraft six years after his retirement, it feels like would WoW finally set off in the right direction.

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