In preparation for the second phase of World of Warcraft: DragonflightBefore the patch, World of Warcraft servers will go down. That’s why we will follow the maintenance schedule with live updates.
From before the expansion’s first pre-patch phase until now, players have done their best to prepare for the arrival of the dragon-themed expansion in World of Warcraft.
On the way to this liberation is Dragonflight pre-patch phase two which will introduce tons of content to hold players over until the expansion officially launches on November 28.
Phase 2 of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight pre-patch is less than a day away. That means it’s time to keep up with the server maintenance schedule with live updates, check server status, and more.
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LATEST – WoW Dragonflight Pre Patch Phase 2 is live!
After eight hours of maintenance, Phase 2 of the Dragonflight pre-patch is finally here!
Players can now create and play Dracthyr Evokers, enjoy a new dungeon, Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr, and participate in the official pre-patch event, Primal Storms.
For more information on everything available in Phase Two, scroll below.
WoW Dragonflight Pre-Patch Phase 2 Maintenance Schedule
World of Warcraft servers will be down for maintenance on Tuesday, November 15, 2022. The maintenance is expected to last eight hours, starting from 10:00 a.m. EST and ending at 6:00 PM EST.
As always, the duration of this server downtime is usually an estimate given by Blizzard Entertainment themselves, which means servers could go live before or after the time set by the developers.
Once the servers are live, players can expect all of the pre-patch phase two content.
We will update this article if any issues, delays or more occur during server downtime.
WoW Dragonflight Pre-Patch Phase 2 Content
World of Warcraft: Dragonflight pre-patch content has been separated into two phases, Phase One and Phase Two.
Phase 1 focused on adding the system and feature updates and revamps such as the new Talent systemHeads-Up Display (HUD) user interface changes and accessibility features and will also introduce Rated Solo Shuffle and the new class and race combinations.
Phase 2, on the other hand, focuses on new content for players to discover and play with. It brings the new race, the Dracthyr, and its race-specific class, the Evoker with its starting zone, the Forbidden Reach, a new dungeon, Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr, and the official pre-patch event, Primal Storms.
For more information on phase two, including its patch notes, visit our Dragonflight pre patch phase two hub here.