The 9.1.5 content update arrives November 2! When it launches, you’ll be able to freely switch Covenants, as well as take advantage of all the new customization options and quality of life changes. The Legion Timewalking Event will run for two weeks the first time it arrives in early December.
Continue the fight against the Jailer and freely bear the colors of the Covenant of your choice. Enhance your character’s look with all-new customization options for select Allied Races. Also in this update, go back in time to the Broken Shore for Legion Timewalking and take on the challenges of the Mage Tower once more!
9.1.5 CONTENT UPDATE PREVIEW
The 9.1.5 Content Update is coming soon. Read about the variety of new features coming your way. [LEARN MORE]
CONQUER THE MAGE TOWER IN LEGION TIMEWALKING
The Mage Tower returns in Legion Timewalking, bringing back epic solo challenges and awesome rewards for those who conquer them. [LEARN MORE]
NEW WEEKLY BONUS EVENT: LEGION TIMEWALKING
Travel back in time to rediscover Legion dungeons, the challenges of the Mage Tower, and more in this Bonus Event. [LEARN MORE]
NEW CHARACTER CUSTOMIZATION OPTIONS
Get access to new character customizations for select races allowing you to create a new version of your hero to take on the dangers of Azeroth. [LEARN MORE]
9.1.5 CONTENT UPDATE NOTES
Learn more about the changes and new additions for the 9.1.5 Content Update in our notes.… Continue reading
J. Allen Brack resigns as President of Blizzard Entertainment, to be replaced by Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra
On July 20th, California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing filed a lawsuit against Activision Blizzard collecting “numerous complaints about unlawful harassment, discrimination, and retaliation” at the company. Shortly afterwards, more than 3,000 Activision Blizzard employees signed an open letter to management speaking up for victims and making a call for “official statements that recognize the seriousness of the allegations and demonstrate compassion for victims of harassment and assault.”
Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick promised a rapid response. Today Blizzard has announced that J. Allen Brack is leaving his position as the president of the studio, to be replaced by Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra as co-heads of the studio.