World of Warcraft’s final Legion raid is now live
While Blizzard is currently in the process of shifting the World of Warcraft spotlight over to next year’s Battle for Azeroth expansion, there’s still a little juice left in the Legion tank. Blizzard is sending off the current expansion with a climactic final raid: Antorus, The Burning Throne.
In case you’re not up to date on just how crazy Legion’s plotline has gotten, the Antorus raid involves players going up against the corrupted soul of a literal planet, the Draenei homeworld of Argus. The Antorus raid comes alongside World of Warcraft’s newly released 7.3.2 patch, and, naturally, the raid itself includes a brand new tier of armor sets (tier 21) for players to earn. As has become customary with recent raid launches, Antorus is being released in staggered phases, and you can peruse the full release schedule below:
- November 28 – Full Normal and Heroic difficulties
- December 5 – Mythic difficulty and first wing of Raid Finder difficulty
- January 2 – Second wing of Raid Finder difficulty
- January 16 – Third and final wing of Raid finder difficulty
This means that more casual players who prefer to stick to the matchmaking-enabled Raid Finder difficulty will have to wait until about a month and a half from now before they can tackle the full Antorus experience.
That leaves plenty of time to brush up on strategies and guide content.