Blizzard Hosting Shadowlands Stream in Lieu of BlizzCon

Check out more of what's to come in WoW's upcoming Shadowlands expansion via stream very soon.

Blizzard fans aren't able to attend BlizzCon in even virtual capacity this year due to its cancellation, but the developer still has some things it wants to show World of Warcraft fans sooner rather than later.

World of Warcraft Executive Producer John Hight and Game Director Ion Hazzikostas will be hosting a stream on Tuesday, June 9, at 12:00 p.m. EDT to give players a further look into what's coming in the MMORPG's Shadowlands expansion.

Shadowlands is scheduled to launch later this year, promising five new zones to play through, a leveling revamp, and much more. The most notable being the new Covenant system, which will grant unique abilities, quests, transmogs, and mounts based on the Covenant the character joins.

Fans should expect more details on Shadowlands' Covenant system during the June 9 stream, which can be watched via either YouTube or Twitch.


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Published May. 29th 2020

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