World of Warcraft will let you watch 2021 with instant and PvP action

If you are looking to end your year with a small action, World of Warcraft can help with this week’s weekly bounty event: Burning Crusade A walk through time, or this week’s PVP brawl: Packers. Because Burning Crusade Classic PvP, season 2 will end in just two weeks.

The Burning Crusade Time walking event will let you join this week’s Black Temple raid and face Illidan. This raid is set on normal difficulty, so you’ll have to manually assemble a party, join your clan, or use Group Finder and find a pre-made one. Once you’ve got between 10 and 30 players, join and everyone’s equipment and levels will scale. Then it just keeps going to (hopefully) victory and some valuable loot. Some of the things you can get include pets, model converters, and of course, discounts. Demon Hunters also have an attempt to obtain the legendary Warglaives of Azzinoth.

If that’s not what you’re looking for, maybe a brawl is the way to end 2021. Packed House Warfare is here to help. If help means giving all you have in a 15v15 arena brawl. The activity will run from today until January 4, bringing to all those who love the hustle and bustle of the crowds that are expending all their glory for the glory around them.

In other things must end, Burning Crusade Classic PvP Season 2 will end on January 11. So you have two more weeks to complete your best offense and seal your spot as season 3 will come with Phase 3 of Burning Crusade Classic Content. There’s still no date on when those things will happen beyond “early 2022”.

Lots of options for those who want to take on the challenges of new players or other players OH for dispatch in 2021. World of Warcraft will let you watch 2021 with instant and PvP action


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