Blizzard hints at upcoming World of Warcraft patch

On the official World of Warcraft website, Blizzard has posted the first details regarding the upcoming patch titled "Call of the Crusade". Patch 3.2 is currently "in the works" without a set release date.

The following content has currently been confirmed:

  • The Argent Tournament Expands: With the help of Azeroth's heroes, the Argent Crusade will finish the Argent Coliseum just in time to call for all brave citizens to prepare for battle with the Lich King. New dailies, rewards, and more will be available at the Argent Tournament grounds to lure adventurers into the coliseum.
  • Crusaders' Coliseum: In order to prepare for a siege on Icecrown Citadel, players will be called by the Argent Crusade to test their mettle in the Coliseum. 5-player, 10-player, and 25-player challenges await inside.
  • New Battleground: Isle of Conquest, a new large-scale siege Battleground, will be open. The Horde and Alliance will battle head-to-head for control of strategic resources to lay siege to the keeps of their opponents.
  • New Arena Season: Season 7 will officially start, paving the way for all-new items and challenges.
World of Warcraft is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by Blizzard Entertainment. The game boasts over 11.5 million monthly subscribers and is estimated to hold 62% of the massively multiplayer online game market.

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Sounds good... I just got finished with my Argent Tournament dailies... Putting decent BG honor rewards back would be nice, though.

Yeah, agreed... I've had my account since the game started. I have a couple lowbie 70's. Great relaxer, when I have the time for it...

I just dont see how you can base a who instance around a Coliseum, that just hints to me that its all controlled fights compared to Ulduar where your actually saving Azeroth. Roll on Troll instance in Zul'drak imo.

PVP is killing WoW. They nerf everything because of it, create a "Hero" class thats getting nerfed into oblivion and a more concerned with the Asian markets obsession with killing each other than the US where they got their start.

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