WoW Shadowlands 9.2.5: Release Date

Although World of Warcraft Shadowlands 9.2 was the last big update for the expansion, players can still look forward to new content with the upcoming patch 9.2.5.To get more news about Safe WoW Gold, you can visit lootwow.com official website.

This update is set to be the last hurrah of the expansion, adding in several new points of content including more Renown catch-up mechanics, a new Arena, Shadowlands Season 4, and most notably, Cross-faction play!Even though the patch has only been in PTR for less than a month, Blizzard hasn't skipped a beat by adding tons of new content for players to play with.

Players are now able to directly invite members of the opposite faction to a party if you have a BattleTag or Real ID friendship, or if you are members of a cross-faction WoW Community.
Premade Groups in the Group Finder listings for Mythic dungeons, raids, or rated arena/RBGs are now open to applicants of both factions, though the group leader may choose to restrict the listing to same-faction applicants if they so choose.
In 9.2.5 we’re planning adjustments to a few PvP talents for specs that could benefit from mechanical changes, beyond the scope of our standard balancing (which will continue separately, as needed). Since these will be limited and the changes are aimed at addressing specific concerns, feedback on your experiences with these classes and effects during 9.2.5 will be valuable for informing future development.
A new World of Warcraft Shadowlands patch means a whole new set of class balancing that will change up the DPS rankings and for patch 9.2 that won't be any different.

In every World of Warcraft patch, some classes outperform others, regardless of the role. This is especially seen in the DPS role where due to the sheer number of classes and specs in the role huge differences can be seen.

But with a new patch comes a whole new set of expectations that emerge, usually—barring a significant nerf—DPS rankings don't shift too much. But sometimes this changes due to patch moves and with 9.2 not only bringing class balancing but bringing tier sets back again, it'll undoubtedly change.DPS classes are somewhat hard to rank as each brings a different set of utility while also excelling in different environments and fight types.

For this list, we'll look to factor in Shadowlands 9.1.5 parse data from Sanctum of Domination as well as upcoming Tier Set bonuses, Covenant Legendary effects, and Shadowlands 9.2 balance changes to break down some of the best DPS classes to play in the new update.In Shadowlands 9.2, Boomkins are likely to remain at the top as they not only dodged nerfs but picked up some big bonuses from their tier set offering 25% more effectiveness from Fury of Elune and reducing the cost of Starsurge and Starfall by 20% in Eclipse. It also synergizes well with their non-Covenant legendary, which increases the duration of Ravenous Fury by 0.2 per application.

Although not as strong as Balance Druids, Assassination Rogues are immensely strong in single target DPS all while containing solid AoE.

For 9.2, we expect Assassination Rogues to remain at the top as they evaded nerfs and attained buffs via their tier set giving them 40% increased damage from Poisons and Bleeds and having Vendetta cause them to expire 100% faster.