Legion Timewalking Mage Tower Extended For Two Extra Weeks And Now Available Over The Holidays

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Legion Timewalking has been out for one week now which includes Legion dungeons with Mythic+ and the return of the Mage Tower with many adjustments being made throughout the week and some major changes coming late Friday.

Players have been very vocal about the challenges over the week, and while it has been a very successful piece of content, some players thought that maybe the Mage Tower was a bit too difficult for the two weeks it was active, and in the future, only one week.

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Some of the challenges Blizzard identified were slightly overturned have been adjusted, and they also confirmed that players will be able to complete the challenges for two extra weeks, and will now end with the reset on the 4th of December.

This is for the Mage Tower only, and Legion Timewalking dungeons will end on the previous date of the 21st of December.

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Legion Timewalking Mage Tower Extended For Two Extra Weeks And Now Available Over The Holidays

The Mage Tower will run alongside the weekly events already scheduled over the next three weeks, although there are no weekly rewards for completing Mage Tower challenges, so there won't be any overlap.

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Many changes were brought in over the last week, including nerfs to the bosses, changes to mechanics, and scaling on old gear and gems / enchants.

Many players still wish to see it become a permanent feature that is up 24/7, especially because of the difficulty, but that is unlikely to happen, and players will have to settle for two extra weeks this time around.