The latest Battle for Azeroth patch introduced the aftermath of The Battle for Lordaeron. In the outdoor world, you can now see the path of destruction of the Alliance from the beach marching forward toward Ruins of Lordaeron.
The whole path is scorched, and still on fire. The Ruins of Lordaeron is a desert. After Sylvanas destroyed the Plague tanks to impede the Alliance’s march into the courtyard, the entire place is plagued. Hear me well. Ruins of Lordaeron is radioactive. The moment you fly above, or anywhere past the walls, you will fall to the ground. Within 3 seconds, you go from full health to dead.
The Sewer entrance has been demolished, and no one can access Undercity.
The Tirisfal-bound Zeppelin has been retired. In place, the goblins have a portal that take the player outside Ruins of Lordaeron.
On the east side of the gates, by the road, you can find Zidormi (the bronze dragon). She allows you to travel in time to switch to the old Ruins of Lordaeron and back to the present.
The entire Orgrimmar now harbors Forsaken refugees. Every corner has a bunch of them. An orc child and his father talk about the misfortune of the Night Elves. Check out the video.