World of Warcraft: Update 9.0.5 shortly before release?

World of Warcraft: Update 9.0.5 shortly before release?

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It has been known for some time that Blizzard Entertainment is working on the somewhat more extensive update 9.0.5 for the online role-playing game World of Warcraft. This should not only bring some innovations with it, but also represent an important intermediate step to the big chapter 9.1 "Chains of rule". So far, however, there has been no specific release date for the patch. Nothing has changed about that, but at least the release seems to have come a big step closer.

As some attentive fans have probably already noticed, Blizzard Entertainment recently released a new version of the 9.0.5 update installed on the official test server of World of Warcraft (buy now 14.99 €). In itself, that's nothing special. However, this version carries the auspicious addition "Release Candidate", which will certainly make the players sit up and take notice immediately. Updates of this kind are actually only received from the developers when the work has in principle been completed and the final test phase begins. Blizzard then looks at how this release candidate version runs on the test server and whether there are any problems. If everything is satisfactory, it will be published on the live server a little later. It can therefore be assumed that the 9.0.5 update will be released on the live servers later in March.

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World of Warcraft gets more Shadowlands raid and dungeon tweaks today

Blizzard is making some more changes to World of Warcraft: Shadowlands‘ Castle Nathria raid and Sanguine Depths dungeon. Community manager Randy Jordan explains in a post on the MMORPG‘s forums that the changes are going live today (March 2) after the weekly reset hits.

Blizzard is adjusting the Lady Inerva Darkvein, Hungering Destroyer, and the Sun King’s Salvation encounters in the Shadowlands raid. When you’re facing Lady Inerva Darkvein, you’ll notice that healers are chosen as a last resort target of Shared Suffering and Concentrate Anima, and targets of Shared Suffering won’t take damage from the beams they are wearing. These changes span across raid finder, normal, and heroic difficulties.

Hungering Destroyer has also had his health pool shrunk by 5% on Mythic difficulty, and players who are wearing Gluttonous Miasma will take 10% less damage on mythic difficulties. If you take on Sun King’s Salvation on mythic difficulty, you’ll notice that the Sinfall Boon healing bonus has hopped up to 100% from 50%.

Over in the Sanguine Depths, meanwhile, you’ll notice that Wicked Oppressor’s Wrack Soul cast time has increased to two seconds, and won’t be cast as frequently. Regal Mistdancer’s Echoing Thrust damage is being reduced by 20% and is also cast less often. Finally, General Kaal has also taken a 10% hit to his health during the gauntlet event.

If you still haven’t tried the new raid, you can catch our WoW Shadowlands: Castle Nathria raid review at the link.

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