So what to do before the release of Battle for Azeroth? With the flood of news and descriptions of changes that the release of the Battle for Azeroth add-on will bring to the game, the idea that the end of the Legion add-on is getting closer with each passing week is getting stronger. It has been announced that Battle for Azeroth will see the light of day on August 14, giving us plenty of time to wrap up all the content the current expansion has to offer.
In this guide, we'll talk about what you have to do before we say goodbye to Legion - what will become more unavailable and what will still be obtainable, but harder to do.
It's important to remember that the content that is supposed to be unavailable is divided into two: one part is unavailable after the release of the pre-BFA update 8.0 (the pre-patch), and the other part - after the release of the Battle for Azeroth expansion itself, in which the developers will raise the highest possible level of the character.
After the maintenance in the U.S. region became available to complete the quest related to the parting with artifacts. After completing the quest, your artifact weapons will not appear as "unstable". After completing the quest, the strength of the artifact will be increased to the maximum, the level of the artifact will be equal to 126, and the rank of " Legion of Perdition Army" will be equal to 75. Also, the developers told us that the artifact strength will continue to increase as the pre-patch installation date for the live servers is approaching.
After completing this quest, obtaining achievements such as " Hero of His Time: Argus Enslaved" and completing the mage tower scenario should become easier.
What will be removed after update 8.0
"Hero of His Time" and "On the Edge of the Blade."
Both achievements, Hero of His Time: Argus Enslaved and On the Edge of the Blade: Argus Enslaved, will no longer be obtainable with the release of update 8.0, which brings all the Battle for Azeroth changes to the game.
Although defeating Argus in epochal mode is indeed challenging, almost every player can obtain the achievement "Hero of His Time: Argus Enslaved." If you need help, you can always look for groups on sites like Friendship Birb or Perky Pugs, who can help you learn boss combat tactics or help you defeat him for free.
Achievements related to the First Aid profession
It looks like the First Aid profession will undergo significant changes in Battle for Azeroth, and all achievements associated with it will be relocated to the Legacy tab. This suggests that all achievements associated with this profession will no longer be obtainable. You can learn more in our alpha review. While most of the First Aid related achievements are trivial, there are some like Field Doctor, which will take longer to work on obtaining. If you still have questions or need help with any of the achievements, please check the comments section of the achievements page for more mini-tutorials and helpful hints and tips! You can find more people interested in completing the " Field Doctor" achievement on the Discord Achievements server.
Legion Elite PvP Sets
The Legion expansion ships near its logical conclusion, and with it the time given to obtaining 7.3 elite PvP gear sets. You can obtain these kits by earning 2,000 points in Ranked PvP in season 5, 6 or 7. If you achieve this during Legion season 7, you will also receive the "Demonic Elite" achievement.
Arena of Challenges and Battle Guild
The time of the next add-on is coming to an end, and with it, the seasons of the Fighting Guild and the Arena of Trials. While not confirmed, there's a good chance that all of the add-ons associated with them will move to the Legacy tab, with new achievements added once update 8.0 is installed on the live servers.
If you are unable to defeat one of the bosses, please check out the guide for the Battle Guild.
Blizzard has already announced that most artifact skins in Battle for Azeroth will still be obtainable, but the coloring for completing the Tower of Mages scenario will no longer be obtainable. This is dictated by the fact that the two colors are awarded for an aspect of the game that will lose all of its complexity with the release of Battle for Azeroth.
The basic artifact look for completing the Tower of the Mage must be obtained by you during the Legion expansion, while the other colors can be obtained in the next expansion as well. Other colors include: colors for ranked battlefields, defeating Kil'jeden in heroic difficulty mode, and clearing all Legion dungeons. In addition, progress on unlocking the colors are common to the class - you will not be required to complete all of the requirements multiple times while wearing different artifacts.
You only need to unlock a basic colour for the Mage Tower - your efforts to make progress in unlocking each of the colours awarded for a particular activity will count no matter which artefact you are wearing.