World of Warcraft’s Patch 5.1, Landfall, now live to all players

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By on November 28, 2012 at 3:33 pm

Blizzard have release patch 5.1 to their juggernaut World of Warcraft. The new patch, titled ‘Landfall’, ramps up the Horde v. Alliance quest with more daily quests in the Krasarang Wilds, adds two new factions with their own unique rewards, and five new Scenarios — two unique to each faction, and one playable by either.

The Pet Battle System has also been overhauled with much-requested upgrades, including a UI improvement and new rare pets. A new underground, invitation only ‘Brawlers Guild’ (the first rule is that you don’t talk about it) has been established too, providing gladiatorial PVE fights against some of Azeroth’s toughest creatures.

Raid groups are also no longer necessary to enter pre-Pandaria raid dungeons, and the next step in the Mists of Pandaria Black Prince legendary quest line has been opened up. For the full, enormous list of patch notes including class and balance tweaks, hit up Battle.net.

Still not sure on the latest expansion? Click here for our massive review of Pandaria.

Source: Press Release

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I’m sorry but every time I see this topic with zero comments I can’t help but laugh.

 

I agree “The Pet Battle System has also been overhauled with much-requested upgrades, including a UI improvement and new rare pets.” > Vipgolds <

 

I love the idea of The Pet Battle System has also been overhauled with much-requested upgrades, including a UI improvement and new rare pets.

 

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