The highly anticipated Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 received a release date today, but not everything is coming on November 2nd (3rd for EU).
Legion Timewalking won't be rescheduled to fit in the 9.1.5 release, however, it will now come out on the 7th of December in place of the Burning Crusade week that is currently scheduled.
Blizzard is also changing the Timewalking rotation from every four weeks to every third after players plead with Blizzard to change it to a weekly rotation.
This doesn't really change the fact that the wait between popular content is such a long time especially after Legion Timewalking gets Mythic+ and the Mage Tower, two unique pieces of content players are excited to complete.
Shadowlands Patch 9.1.5 Will Release Early November But Players Will Need To Wait Until December For Legion Timewalking
Legion Timewalking will be active for the first two weeks after its launch, giving players extra time to earn those rare rewards before going back to an 18-week cycle.
Players have the chance to earn recolored tier 20 sets, a unique flying book mount, and a new druid bear form from the Mage Tower, while the Mythic+ rewards are similar to that of other expansions via rewards from a vendor.
Legion Mythic+ when available, will count towards loot in the great vault but rewards Shadowlands loot. The gear that drops from the end of dungeon chests mirrors that of the Shadowlands counterparts, and can also be upgraded further with Valor Points.