World Of Warcraft: Shadowlands Patch 9.2 Eternity's End PTR Set To Go Live On December 2nd

Blizzard has returned from the Thanksgiving holiday in the US, and the upcoming patch 9.2 PTR for Eternity's End will go live on December 2nd for players to test out for the first time after some delays today.

Over the past week, things were quiet as Blizzard took time away, and dedicated WoW outlets began data mining the first build, but today it is finally playable and we can get a better look at all the new types of content coming in patch 9.2.

Players can partake in most of the new types of content coming in Eternity's End, including the first 3 chapters of the next campaign, which will send the players to Zereth Mortis and everything that accompanies that.

Raid testing has been scheduled for the 3rd of December, and players can test out the new tier sets by purchasing them from Setzertauren in the central ring of Oribos.

Read more: Everything Coming With Legion Timewalking On The 7th of December.

World Of Warcraft: Shadowlands Patch 9.2 Eternity's End Is Now Live On The PTR

Troghast is receiving a new game mode and new "Challenging Layers" from 13-16, with all new torments being added as well.

The new game mode, The Jailer's Gauntlet includes an increasing difficulty boss battle mode that will have 8 floors across 8 layers and will offer unique rewards, much like the Twisting Corridors.

New profession items can be found out in the world, and new patterns can be purchased in Oribos for players to test out including a new Health Potion.

There is no timeframe for a PTR until launch, but the minimum timeframe is 6 weeks, but considering testing will continue over the Holidays. players may be waiting until February for the official release.

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