The World of Warcraft: Dragonflight 10.1.5 patch goes live on July 11, introducing the next story of the expansion focused on the Bronze dragonflight. In addition, a new class specialization for the Dracthyr: Augmentation Evoker; and the Warlock class is now available to all non-Dracthyr races.

As the Champions of Azeroth continue their assault against Scalecommander Sarkareth in Aberrus, the once-secret laboratory hidden in Zaralek Cavern beneath the Dragon Isles, they’ll soon face a new threat from the Infinite Dragonflight when Fractures in Time (10.1.5) goes live on July 11! Dragonflight’s next content update comes with packed with features:


A new damage Evoker specialization has arrived! Augmentation Evokers focus the powers of the Bronze Dragonflight and the newly gained powers of the Black Dragonflight to aid their allies on the battlefield with various buffs sustained through damage done in combat, becoming WoW’s first “support” specialization.

NEW MEGA-DUNGEON: Dawn of the Infinite

The Infinite Dragonflight, long-standing enemies of the Bronze dragons, have worked hard to see their ultimate goal of triggering the transformation of Nozdormu, the Aspect of Time, into Murozond. This eight-boss Mythic-only dungeon will take players across the timeways as they fight to stop the Infinite Dragonflight from succeeding while also coming face-to-face with the calculated Iridikron for the first time.

NEW DAILY ACTIVITIES: Time Rifts & Whelp Daycare

Time Rifts will appear in Thaldraszus in which players will need to ward off invading enemies from other timelines to earn epic rewards including alt catch-up gear, mounts, transmogs, pets and more.

Whelp Daycare allows players to lend aid to the whelpling nursery in Valdrakken, raising different whelps through various activities—including dragonriding—and earning more pets to add to their collection.


The Warlock class will become available to all remaining non-Dracthyr races, including Night Elves, Draenei, Pandaren, and Tauren.


As with all updates, we’ll have a new round of balance and tuning across the classes.