Now that patch 9.1 has officially ended with this week's campaign quest "Anduin's Goodbye", players can start looking towards the future and prepare for patch 9.1.5.
A recent file had been found on the Burning Crusade PTR, which has content referring to patch 9.1.5, indicating that the 9.1.5 PTR is likely to begin production soon.
While an X.1.5 patch doesn't necessarily contain any major systems and new story content, there are some updates we can guess as to what will be arriving in the patch.
1st September - Blizzard has announced patch 9.1.5, which will feature new quality of life changes such as removing covenant restrictions and introducing Legion Mythic+ Timewalking.
The patch is now live on the PTR for testing, which means the patch should drop within the next two months. Read all about it below.
World Of Warcraft Shadowlands: When Does Patch 9.1.5 Come Out?
Patch 9.1.5 will expect to keep players busy while they wait for 9.2 to come out, however since the team is behind schedule after the long delay of patch 9.1, it is possible both patches may be delayed.
An X.1.5 patch typically will release 3 months after the previous patch, which leaves a 9.1.5 release date sometime around early October.
Many players believe that they won't see 9.2 until the new year, and we could potentially see 9.1.5 pushed back a month to include some new features to keep players engaged with the game.
Based on recent history, this X.1.5 patch should include Legion Timewalking, and potentially a Hallow's End update.
Now that Burning Crusade Classic Phase 2, we can expect the 9.1.5 PTR to take priority for testing to keep players filled with content after the initial phase 2 drop-off.
Players will need to wait until there is official confirmation about the future patches of the Shadowlands.