World of Warcraft Shadowlands has now been out for around 7 months, making it one of the longest opening patches of an expansion ever.
Players have been frustrated with the lack of content delivered from the start of the patch, with 9.0.5 only bringing in the addition of valor points, and a few other minor updates.
June 17th - Blizzard has confirmed Shadowlands Patch 9.1 Chains of Domination will release on June 29th (US).
Season 1 Mythic+ and PvP rewards will no longer be obtainable from 10:00 pm PDT on Monday, 28th.
This is a few hours before reset and the normal end time, so make sure you have completed all the seasoal rewards you wish to have before then.
When Does Shadowlands Patch 9.1 Release?
While there is no official date given by Blizzard on the release date of patch 9.1, many people believe we can potentially see it reach the live servers in the final week of June, or early July.
Popular content creator Preach has said on Twitter, based on previous PTR cycles, this should be the timeframe we can expect it, with many people agreeing.
Patch 9.1 Brings many new features to the game that you would expect from a large .1 patch in World of Warcraft.
- New Raid - Sanctum of Domination
- Mega Dungeon - Tazavesh, the Veiled Market
- New Zone - Korthia, the City of Secrets
- Flying in the Shadowlands
- New PvP season
- New Mythic Plus season with new affix
- 40 more Renown levels.
- New Torghast systems
- Plus much more!
This patch is definitely needed, as players have been low on content for a few months now.
Now that all the systems seem to be live on the PTR after the new mythic plus seasonal affix was added last week, we should expect to see a release date from Blizzard within the next two weeks if we are to see the patch this month, or early next month.