World of Warcraft Dragonflight: What to Expect in Season 4 - The Worcester Observer

World of Warcraft Dragonflight: What to Expect in Season 4

Worcester Editorial 26th Apr, 2024   0

World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Season 4 is the game’s last planned expansion update before the release of The War Within.

The newest season of Dragonflight is a lot like Shadowlands’ experimental fourth season — it goes over the raids and Mythic+ instances from the current expansion again instead of showing us a new one.

This is a great chance for people who missed previous seasons to pick up and get to know the Mythic Dungeons from Seasons 1 and 2.

It’s important to remember that Season 4 will last until the start of summer. If you want to finish all the content, you should order the WoW Mythic carry service in case you cannot accomplish this mission yourself. Keep reading this peek of Season 4 to get an idea of what to expect.

Dragonflight Season 4: Start and End Dates

As of now, Blizzard has announced that Dragonflight Season 4 will begin on April 23, 2024. Date of end: early summer 2024. Officially, no one has said when it will end, but it will happen before the release of The War Within expansion later this year.

Dragonflight Season 4 Content

Dragonflight Season 4 is mostly about going back to the expansion’s raids and Mythic dungeons, with a lot of new rewards to make fighting bosses more fun. Heroic dungeons will have their difficulty and rewards enhanced to match their pre-Season 4 Mythic 0 equivalents. Queuing up via the group finder will remain an option, but the item level need will be raised.

Mythic 0 dungeons will have the same difficulty and rewards as Mythic 8-10 dungeons before the commencement of Season 4, except for the timer and affixes. This modification allows players to adjust to the increased difficulty without the strain of WoW’s dungeon-based endgame mode. As per the developer’s statement, dungeons labeled as Mythic 5 in Season 4 will essentially offer challenges, rewards, and M+ Ratings akin to today’s Mythic 15 dungeons.

The modifications listed above will affect all eight dungeons launched alongside the Dragonflight expansion. One of their aims is to attract new players to Mythic+, a difficulty that may be intimidating owing to its progressively punitive timeframe combined with the requirement to master optimal dungeon paths and class-specific techniques. As a refresher, these are the eight Dragonflight dungeons featured in Season 4:

  • Algeth’ar Academy
  • The Azure Vault
  • Ruby Life Pools
  • Brackenhide Hollow
  • Neltharus
  • Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr
  • Halls of Infusion
  • The Nokhud Offensive

The new system, which the developer intends to incorporate into the next War Within expansion, will offer mob affixes at the +2, +5, and +10 levels. The main structure of dungeon rewards will not change dramatically.

Experiment with Remixed Gear Sets

Blizzard has said that it plans to experiment with remixed gear sets for each possible class specialty. As of January 9, 2024, public voting was ongoing for each specialization, allowing players to determine which visual and stat combinations would be linked to Dragonflight Season 4’s armor. For example, Demon Hunter gamers may vote for a set that resembles Season 1, with Season 2 set bonuses for Vengeance and Season 3 set bonuses for Havoc.

Dragonflight’s Season 4 Rewards

You can buy Dragonflight’s Season 4 gear rewards with Antique Bronze Bullion or by going through the Awakened gear improvement track.

You will get the Voyaging Wilderling dynamic flying mount if you finish all three Awakened raids on a Normal level. You will also get a new achievement title called “The Awakened” if you finish these raids on the harder Heroic level. When you beat the last boss on the Mythic level, path gates will appear that make it easy to get to the raids.

Also, a new tier token can be used to get the new tier pieces that have the look and extra pairings that were chosen by the public in an earlier vote this year. If you buy the Scale of Awakening item, you can raise any legendary things you already have to the level of items from Season 4.

Fans of Mythic+ can also work toward a new Keystone Master mount called the Infinite Armoredon, which can be found in Dragonflight Keystone Master: Season 4. Season 4 of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight will have the usual PvP ranks reset, as well as new PvP awards, mounts, gear sets, and other fun stuff.

You can get the Horde or Alliance version of the Vicious Dreamtalon mount by playing in Rated Arena and Rated Battleground matches. The Draconic Gladiator’s Drake will be waiting for people who complete the Gladiator: Dragonflight Season 4 title. Blizzard has also released a full list of award rewards that can be earned during the last PvP season of the expansion:

  • Awakened Hero: Become an Awakened Hero by conquering all three Awakened raids on Heroic difficulty or higher throughout Dragonflight Season 4.
  • Draconic Gladiator: Reach the top 0.1% of the 3v3 arena ladder at the end of Dragonflight PvP Season 4.
  • Draconic Keystone Conqueror: Achieve a Mythic+ Rating of 1500 during Dragonflight Season 4.
  • Northrend Racing Completionist: Earn gold in all Northrend races.
  • Draconic Hero: Finish Dragonflight Mythic+ Season 4 with a Mythic+ Rating in the top 0.1% of all players in your region.
  • Draconic Legend: Conclude Dragonflight PvP Season 4 in the top 0.1% of the Solo Shuffle ladder.

You can review a full list of all the changes coming soon on the forums, where you can also find the S4 patch notes.


Prepare for the coming launch of WoW: Dragonflight Season 4. It is promising exciting encounters in revamped Mythic dungeons and raids. With fresh mechanics and enticing rewards, players can anticipate a thrilling adventure until the next expansion.


Article Written by Chloe Boone.

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