The fact that Blizzard is reevaluating its position is great news for players who have tried for years to find rare mounts such as one called the X-45 Heartbreaker (recently renamed amidst the WoW team’s recent efforts to improve the game’s accessibility) WoTLK Gold as well as The Horseman’s Reins mount from the game’s annual Halloween event to no avail. According to data from Wowhead, the X-45 Heartbreaker has a drop rate of about .03 percent, whereas The Horseman’s Reins boasts a .4 percent chance of being dropped. Other earnable holiday event mounts such as that of Great Brewfest Kodo or Ram with a varying drop rate of around 1.
WoW’s upcoming big patch, Eternity’s End, is slated to arrive February 22. The patch will end with an end-of-the-line confrontation with the primary antagonist of the game’s Shadowlands expansion, the Jailer, in the new Sepulcher of the First Ones raid. Patch 9.2 as well as the latest design changes are coming at a time that Blizzard seems to be considering rethinking many past assumptions about WoW such as cross-faction play, in the wake of ongoing discrimination and sexual harassment litigation and investigation at Activision Blizzard.
WoW Update 9.2 Eternity’s End Update Arrives February 22
World of Warcraft players will be capable of exploring the new region that is Zereth Mortis, encounter new allies, and fight the Jailer for all when Shadowlands Patch 9.2. Eternity’s End, is released on February 22nd.
Eternity’s Final has been called the closing chapter of this specific book of the WoW storyline. It is set to culminate in the Sepulcher of the First Ones raid where players will seek to keep the Jailer away from rewriting the rules of reality. The patch 9.2 will also bring the return of class tier sets strong pieces of gear that offer exclusive bonuses to classes by acquiring a set number or set of pieces. Tier set gear will be obtained through the game’s new raids however, buy WOW WoTLK Classic Gold will also be available in PvP and Mythic+ dungeons.