Activision Blizzard has introduced that upcoming MMO enlargement World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is being delayed to “later this year.”
In an announcement by the sport’s govt producer John Hight saying the delay, Hight mentioned that it was “an incredibly difficult decision for the team, as we’re as eager to get the expansion into your hands as you are to play it—but ultimately, we feel it’s the right decision for the game—and for our players.”
On the explanations for the delay, Hight elaborated: “As everything started coming together and we’ve been listening to and building upon your feedback, it’s become clear we need a little more time for additional polish, and to balance and iterate on some interlocking pieces—particularly those related to the endgame,” he mentioned. “Shadowlands is one of the most intricate expansions we’ve yet created, and while we’ve made great progress, the challenge of tuning the endgame was compounded by the team having to work from home.”
The enlargement had initially been set to launch on October 27 and is ready so as to add 5 new zones for questing adventures to discover, a brand new participant hub in Oribos, The Everlasting Metropolis, new sects referred to as Covenants and an infinitely replayable randomly generated dungeon referred to as Torghast, Tower of the Damned.
No new date for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands has but been given, however within the meantime a pre-patch for the enlargement will likely be launched on October 13 that features revamped character levelling, a new-player expertise on Exile’s Attain and a bunch of latest charatcer customisation choices. Pending any additional delays, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands will likely be obtainable on PC by the tip of the 12 months.