The pre-patch is scheduled to launch on Tuesday, July 17. As well as other features, it introduces War Mode WoTLK Gold, a new system that allows players to decide whether or not to participate in PvP battles. War Mode can be enabled from level 20 onwards through either Orgrimmar or Stormwind, depending upon your stance on the game. Turning it on will allow you to compete against other players in every zone which includes Northshire Abbey. However, Blizzard declares that Sanctuary areas will remain excluded from PvP battles, even if War Mode is enabled.
Alongside War Mode, the pre-expansion patch changes the PvP talents system. In the past, players could be able to unlock talents when they took part in PvP, and also increase their honor level. With the new update, players will earn abilities as they progress, putting everyone on more level playing field. Players will also now be able to choose talents from a variety of options, rather than rows.
Shortly after the pre-patch rolls in, Blizzard will kick off new events in Teldrassil and Lordaeron. The events will start on the 24th of July and continue for three weeks up to the launch of the Battle for Azeroth expansion. The complete note on the pre-patch section of the website of the official WoW website.
Battle for Azeroth starts on August 14th. In addition to the previous changes, it also introduces two new continents Kul Tiras and Zandalar, in addition to a range of New islands for players to discover cheap WoTLK Classic Gold. The expansion also increases the level cap of the game to 120. introduces a number of new dungeons or raids to play, and adds air drops and bounties within War Mode.