World of Warcraft: Shadowlands' Final Patch Will Put An End To The Jailer's Plans

World of Warcraft's patch 9.2, Eternity's End, has been revealed, and it will be "the final chapter of one book of the Warcraft saga," says lead narrative designer Steve Danuser in a new developer preview.

Patch 9.2 will take players to the realm of Zereth Mortis, described as a workshop for the mythical First Ones, and the location responsible for all creation. The Jailer, the big bad of the Shadowlands expansion, seeks to breach the Sepulcher of the First Ones in order to rewrite the rules of creation. Of course, it will be up to players to stop him, in what will be the expansion's final raid. Along the way players will confront Anduin, the fallen King of Stormwind who is under the control of the Jailer's domination magic.

Most WoW expansions conclude after three, or sometimes even four, major content patches before moving on to the next expansion. Based on comments made by Danuser in the developer preview, where he says the Shadowlands expansion is a story told in three acts and that this is the "final chapter," it certainly sounds like patch 9.2 will mark the end of the expansion. If that is in fact the case, Shadowlands will be the second expansion in the game's history, alongside Warlords of Draenor, to have received only two content updates.

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