When it comes to World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, there is one question on everyone’s minds: How do I pre-order World of Warcraft Dragonflight? World of Warcraft: Dragonflight was announced four days ago at the time of writing. There was so much content they showed off within their cinematic and then within the deep dive video.
Now that Dragonflight has been announced, there are a million questions swirling around, as players want answers for them all. At the moment, it looks like Blizzard isn’t really in the mood to be answering any of them, and is just liking people’s tweets and making memes in the meantime.
If you’re interested in what information we have on Dragonflight so far, check out our Evoker class guide, or our Dracthyr guide to learn more about the new race. As well, we have a 10.0 page where you can check out everything they announced, and learn more about Dragonflight.
How to Preorder World Of Warcraft: Dragonflight
Usually, you can do it by going to the battle.net shop and clicking on World of Warcraft. There, it will come up with the latest expansion and offer for you to purchase it there, with its three varying versions as options.
However, they have not yet released the preorder for World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, which is unusual for Blizzard. They usually release it at the same time as the announcement of the expansion, and they haven’t this time. Not to worry though, as it will most likely be pretty soon that players can preorder Dragonflight.
What are the Preorder Bonuses?
Whilst we don’t officially know the preorder bonuses as of yet, Wowhead has datamined some of the potential rewards that can be unlocked as a result of purchasing the different preorder editions. Here is what you get for each of the editions, usually.
|Basic Edition||Heroic Edition||Epic Edition|
|World of Warcraft Expansion||World of Warcraft Expansion||World of Warcraft Expansion|
For the Epic Edition, there is generally some other content too. For example, Shadowlands had the hearthstone and cosmetic weapon effect too. For Legion, there was Starcraft 2 and Diablo content. The Epic Edition is usually the most varied, and at the moment that is the least datamined version from Wowhead.