The last patch of the latest World of Warcraft game expansion Battle For Azeroth is near. For a few months now, the most dedicated World of Warcraft players were testing all the new quests, game features and other content coming to the game with 8.3 Visions of N’Zoth content update. Now the testing is almost over since Blizzard finally revealed the release date of 8.3.

According to a new blog post on the game’s website, Vision’s of N’Zoth will go live on January 14th. It will bring two new Allied Races, new Assaults, a new type of PvE content called Horrific Visions and an entirely new gameplay loop. You can read all about the features of this content update here.

The new update also brings the new and final raid of the Battle for Azeroth expansion called Ny’alotha. While many players were expecting it to land onto the game world way later, it will open its doors just a week after 8.3 releases. Here’s a full raid unlock schedule:

  • January 21st – Normal and Heroic Difficulties
  • January 28th – Mythic Ny’alotha, Raid Finder Wing 1 (Vision of Destiny)
  • February 11th – Raid Finder Wing 2 (Halls of Devotion)
  • February 25th – Raid Finder Wing 3 (Gift of Flesh)
  • March 10th – Raid Finder Wing 4 (The Waking Dream)

Additionally, it’s worth mentioning that the fourth and final PvP/PvE season will begin shortly after raid’s release, so that means that the game will buff up the rewards you are able to get for Mythic Keystones, World Quests, and PvP.