World of Warcraft: Dragonflight will be released this fall

Blizzard was relatively sparing with details when they unveiled the World of Warcraft expansion Dragonflight in April. In fact, they were so vague that questions about the launch date were largely avoided, but the wait will not be as long as some might have feared.

In a new press release, the developers confirm that World of Warcraft: Dragonflight will still be launched later this year as expected, and that they have therefore opened up for advance bookings. In the usual style, there is not only one edition you can get either, but a total of three digital ones to choose from:

  • Basic Edition ($ 49.99 / £ 39.99): Comes with the pet Drakks if you pay before the launch.
  • Heroic Edition ($ 69.99 / £ 54.99): In addition to Drakks, you get the pet Murkastrasza, a level increase up to 60 and the flying companion Tangled Dreamweaver.
  • Epic Edition ($ 89.99 / £ 74.99): In addition to everything previously mentioned, this includes the Timewalker’s Hearthstone effect, transmog for Diadem of the Spell-keeper, transmog for Wings of Awakening in five different colors and thirty days of play.

We, and obviously Blizzard too, still know that many of you prefer physical goodies, so of course there’s a Collector’s Edition as well. This one costs $ 129.99 / £ 129.99, and in addition to codes for everything in Epic Edition, you also get a hardcover book with concept pictures, a relatively simple mouse pad and five nice pins that you can see in the picture below.

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