World of Warcraft removes flight restrictions from Battle for Azeroth

Four years after the release of the “Battle for Azeroth” expansion, “World of Warcraft” finally abolished the setting of flying between Zandalar and Kul Tiras, and now new players can directly use flying mounts.

Flying mounts are a concept introduced by TBC, but Blizzard developed them over time, especially since King of Draenor began to bind flying with achievements, which caused players to spend a lot of time to unlock the flight of new areas. This mode continued. Legion, Battle for Azeroth and Shadowlands. Now the era of giant dragons has finally changed. After all, one of the main gameplays of 10.0 is to ride a dragon, and it is outdated to set obstacles for flying.

In short, in order to meet the new expansion and simplify the upgrade experience for newcomers, Blizzard has removed the pathfinder requirements for the “Battle for Azeroth” map area. RayZhuLoveHK, a player in the Warcraft section of the Reddit forum, was the first to spot the changes and share them. Although the flight unlock has been removed, the related achievements, especially the rewarded mechanical parrot mount, are very attractive to collectors.

The adjustment came a little later, but it’s better than nothing. Players who intend to start with Zandalar and Kul Tiras should have a better leveling experience now.