As the stalwart Champions of Azeroth persist in their combat against Scalecommander Sarkareth in the hidden Aberrus laboratory, a fresh challenge is poised to break out from the enigmatic Infinite Dragonflight. The upcoming “Fractures in Time” content update (10.1.5) for World of Warcraft is scheduled for release on July 11, promising a host of thrilling new features.
This expansive update introduces the novel class specialization: the Augmentation Evoker. This damage Evoker class brings a unique “support” role to the World of Warcraft battlefield, harnessing the powers of the Bronze Dragonflight and the newly harnessed abilities of the Black Dragonflight. Augmentation Evokers will aid their allies with a variety of buffs, the strength of which are maintained through damage dealt in combat.
The update also presents players with a brand new mega-dungeon: “Dawn of the Infinite.” Players will navigate the streams of time across eight challenging bosses in this Mythic-only dungeon. The mission? Thwart the Infinite Dragonflight’s ambition to transform Nozdormu, the Aspect of Time, into Murozond while engaging in the first-ever encounter with the calculated Iridikron.
Alongside these headliner features, 10.1.5 also incorporates new daily activities such as Time Rifts and Whelp Daycare. Time Rifts will randomly spawn in Thaldraszus, tasking players to fend off invaders from alternate timelines to earn epic rewards, including gear, mounts, transmogs, pets, and more. On the other hand, Whelp Daycare invites players to assist the whelpling nursery in Valdrakken, rearing various whelps through unique activities like dragon riding, and earning additional pets for their collection.
The Fractures in Time update will also expand class availability, with the Warlock class opening up to all remaining non-Dracthyr races, including Night Elves, Draenei, Pandaren, and Tauren. Alongside these exciting additions, the update promises a fresh round of balance and tuning across all classes, keeping gameplay engaging and competitive.