World of Warcraft: Legion’s new alpha build seems to be doing fine as Suramar, a new zone in the Broken Isles, though still in early development is looking terrific.
A simpler version of Suramar can be seen in “WarCraft III,” which is the home of the Kaldorei. The place seems to be a mix of Eversong Woods, the Howling Fjord and Draenor’s Shadowmoon Valley.
Testing for upcoming new content for the game continues, which includes a new build deployment on the alpha client.
New models, items, artifact weapons and updated class abilities are part of the latest patch and a plethora of tome items, a unicorn model and spider mount that is highly detailed are all part of the upcoming content.
“World of Warcraft: Legion” has a level cap of 110 and testers who have access to the client, can now reach level 108.
Blizzard’s official post about the “Legion” alpha test, shows three class specializations and three new dungeons are now available for testing. These are Violet Hold, Vault of the Wardens and Neltharion’s Lair.
Players may also test new changes to Subtlety Rogues, Arms Warriors and Restoration Shamans.