The highly anticipated Legion Timewalking event is almost here, and with it comes not only the revamped Mage Tower but six returning dungeons players can participate in like any Timewalking event.
This time, however, players will be able to complete the dungeons on Mythic+, which will count towards the weekly vault, and any gear obtained from the end of dungeon runs can be upgraded with valor points to the equivalent of its Shadowlands counterparts.
Not all dungeons will be returning with Legion Timewalking however, and unfortunately for many Maw of Souls won't be returning.
List Of All Legion Dungeons Coming With Timewalking In Patch 9.1.5
- Black Rook Hold
- Court of Stars
- Darkheart Thicket
- Eye of Azshara
- Neltharion's Lair
- Vault of the Wardens
Legion Timewalking won't be coming with the launch of patch 9.1.5, and players will need to wait until December 7th, roughly one month after its release, before they will have access to Legion Timewalking.
Legion Timewalking will be available for the two weeks following its release, so players will be able to experience the content before it joins the rotation of other expansions.
Blizzard also announced that Timewalking bonus events will now be every three weeks instead of four, meaning it will now only take 18 weeks for Legion to return.
Timeworn keys will be available for players to obtain and work as the current weekly keystones work in Shadowlands.
Players will earn Timewarped badges as normal from both normal Legion dungeons and Mythic+ versions and can use them to purchase unique rewards themed around the legion expansion from a vendor in Legion Dalaran.
The list of dungeons from old expansions is also receiving a shake-up, so it is possible we may see more Legion dungeons added to the pool at a later date.