Do you remember when Blizzard released the last big content update for WoW: Shadowlands? It feels like an eternity ago. More specifically: June 30, 2021, when patch 9.1 was released. July, August, September, three in mind ... almost eight months. Holy Moly. It's time for new challenges that go beyond feel-good tweaks. Enter: Patch 9.2!

WoW: End of Eternity - Blizzard's Survival Guide for Patch 9.2

New content at last!

With "End of Eternity", the new (and at the same time last), large content package for WoW: Shadowlands will finally be released tomorrow, February 23, 2022. Included: the new zone Zereth Mortis, including a fresh faction and systems like the Ciphers of the First, but also the raid challenge Mausoleum of the First or the transformation of Tazavesh into two "normal" dungeons.

Everything you need to know about the new content pack can be found in the two specials below:

  • WoW Patch 9.2: End of Eternity - our big overview of the new update
  • WoW: Everything you need to know about Zereth Mortis for the launch!

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Long maintenance on February 23

In the meantime, the Blizzard developers have revealed exactly how long the preparatory server maintenance on February 23, 2022, will run. Be prepared for an eight-hour WoW break.

  • WoW (buy now ): Shadowlands: 23 February 2022, starting at 06:00 until 23 February 2022 at 14:00.
  • WoW Classic: February 23, 2022, starting at 03:00 until February 23, 2022 at 04:00.
  • WoW Burning Crusade Classic: February 23, 2022, starting at 03:00 until February 23, 2022 at 04:00.

We'll keep an eye on the servers for you, of course, so that you know exactly when the servers will be back online and whether there will be a delay in the maintenance work.

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