World of Warcraft Patch 4.3 Dungeons Preview

The next World of Warcraft patch is heading this way and this time the heroes of Azeroth are planning on bringing down Deathwing himself, but in order to do so they must first acquire the Dragon Soul.

In patch 4.3, players will gain access to three new Heroic five-man dungeons to aid the Aspects and other heroes as they continue to fight against Deathwing, the Twilight’s Hammer, the armies of the Burning Legions and Highborne, even time itself.

The dungeons will be setup in sequential order so players will have to unlock access to new areas by completing the prerequisite areas. New epic loot, including new dungeon sets, will be available in these new Heroic dungeons and will be dropped by defeating the bosses in each dungeon. The new sets are not broken down by class and contain no set bonuses, they’re purely for cosmetic purposes.

The three new dungeons will take players to the past, present, and future as they try to obtain the Dragon Soul. In part one of this 4.3 preview, we are introduced to the “End Time” dungeon which takes place in the future where Deathwing rules over the lands and the heroes of Azeroth have failed.

Players will travel to a future Dragonblight where they will have to confront four familiar leaders who are now warped and corrupted by time, Sylvanas, Tyrande, Jaina and Baine. Each time a group enters the dungeon, two of the four leaders will be chosen at random and once they have been defeated, the maniacal figure blocking Nozdormu’s vision will be revealed at the Bronze Dragonshrine.

None of the Dragon Aspects could have predicted what entity would have such power to interrupt the sight of the Timeless One… the ability to create a new and infinite dragonflight. Only by destroying a mysterious dragon known as Murozond will you give Azeroth’s protectors the opportunity to avoid the potential outcome to which your eyes bear witness.

Below we have some  screenshots of WoW patch 4.3 and the End Time dungeon.

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