• Fri. Jun 14th, 2024

World of Warcraft: Forgotten Loot Drops Re-Added After 13 Years.

World of Warcraft: Blizzard Entertainment has announced that the upcoming patch 10.1.7 for World of Warcraft will restore hundreds of loot drops that were removed from the game during the Cataclysm expansion in 2010. This includes items from dungeons, raids, quests, and rare spawns.

The re-added items will be available to players of all levels, and they will be updated to the latest item level and stats. This means that players will be able to collect these items for transmogrification purposes, or to use them to gear up their characters for the latest content.

The decision to re-add these items was made in response to feedback from players who had requested the return of these items. Blizzard has said that they are committed to making World of Warcraft a more accessible game, and this is one way that they are doing that.

The re-added items will be available in patch 10.1.7, which is scheduled to be released on September 13, 2023.

Here are some of the notable items that will be re-added to the game:

  • The Blackened Defias Boots, a pair of boots that drop from the Defias Kingpin in the Deadmines dungeon.
  • The Spider Web Robe, a robe that drops from the Princess Theradras in the Maraudon dungeon.
  • The Lionheart Helm, a helmet that drops from the High King Maulgar in the Gruul’s Lair raid.
  • The Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of the Windseeker, a legendary sword that drops from the Twin Emperors in the Naxxramas raid.

The re-addition of these items is a welcome change for many players, and it is a sign that Blizzard is listening to feedback from the community. It will be interesting to see what other changes Blizzard makes to the game in the future.

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