WoW Gold Hunters Can Now Test Patch 6.2 on the Public Test Realm
World of Warcraft players can get to test the newest patches through the Public Test Realm. This week, Patch 6.2 has been released for testing on the PTR. The latter adds a lot of new content for players who are looking for more ways to get WoW gold and items. We’ll go over some of the new content in this guide.
New Zone to get WoW gold from
With a whole planet to explore, it isn’t surprising Blizzard is adding a new Zone to the game. Patch 6.2 brings the Invasion of the Tanaan Jungle. Like any other zone, World of Warcraft players can get quests and hunt rare mobs in the new zone. Note however that getting into the zone isn’t easy. Players will have to build Shipyard for their Garrison and take the War Council quest. The zone will feature new daily quests that will reward players with resources for their shipyard.
New Garrison feature for WoW gold hunters
The Garrisons in Warlords of Draenor gave players a lot of new content to play around with. By now however, many may have grown bored with its distractions. Thankfully Patch 6.2 adds something new to this housing system: Shipyards. The new patch will allow level 3 Garrisons to build a Shipyard. Through it players can build ships that can be used with the new Naval Missions. No word yet on what these missions will be however.
Get WoW gold from a new raid
If the Black Rock Foundry was not enough for you, and you had to buy WoW gold then Patch 6.2 has something for you. A new raid – Hellfire Citadel – will be added by the patch. The new raid houses 13 lethal bosses from Kilrogg Deadeye to Archimonde himself. The citadel won’t be easy to access however as it is located in the center of the Tanaan Jungle.
Aside from the new raid, the difficulty of dungeons in Draenor can be set to Mythic in the new patch. With the difficulty upgrade comes more loot. Gear from dungeons on Mythic can spawn with item level 680 while final boss drops can have item level 700. The catch however is that Mythic dungeons can only be run once a week.