World of Warcraft: Shadowlands was previously scheduled to release on October 27, meaning it was intended to be out earlier this week. However, the game was delayed, and we now know fans won’t have to wait too much longer: Shadowlands releases on November 23.

In a note posted on the series’ official Twitter, executive producer John Hight said the extra time is being used to add polish as well as improve the endgame content in the expansion, change the combat, and rework Covenant systems and certain rewards.

The game’s pre-patch already went live, which is essentially the first step in any World of Warcraft expansion’s full release. A pre-launch event begins November 10, as well, which will feature the Scourge, and the first raid will begin on December 8. This raid, Castle Nathria, will also mark the beginning of the game’s Season 1 content.

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