World of Warcraft cancels requirements for flights in several old zones in the future Dragonflight patch With this change, players will be able to fly in almost every zone World of Warcraft without additional steps.

Achievements of The Pathfinder in World of Warcraft these are time-consuming feats that require players to fully explore zones, defeat many rare spawns, and farm numerous reputations. When the achievement was first presented in Warlords of Draenor, its completion was necessary to unlock flights in the expansion zones. However, in later patches World of Warcraft removed Pathfinder achievement requirement for flight Warlords of Draenor and Legion zones


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Now, it seems World of Warcraft does the same for Battle for Azeroth. According to a recently released notes for Dragonflight Patch 10.0.7flights to Zandalar, Kul Tiras, Nazjatar and Mechagon will no longer be required Battle for Azeroth Pathfinder Achievements. Characters with the appropriate riding skills can freely fly in these zones after the patch arrives on March 21st.

With this change, World of Warcraft players will be able to fly in almost any area without additional steps. flies in Shadowlands zones and in Zereth, Mortis is not automatically unlocked, but the requirements are simple, especially when compared to the Pathfinder achievements. From this patch, the zones are the only ones World of Warcraft players cannot fly, these are old areas such as the Isle of Azure Bridge and the Forests of Eversong, as well as the Dragon Isles in Dragonflightwhere players move around using Dragonriding instead of traditional flying.

Many players are relieved to see that the Pathfinder achievements are being discontinued for the time being. While using them to prevent players from flying through new areas makes sense when the content is new, Battle for Azeroth turns out almost five years. These zones are hardly modern, and the time-consuming achievement flights only deterred players from revisiting the great zones from the expansion.

Of course, some players who have already unlocked Pathfinder achievements are disappointed that this requirement has been removed. These players spent a lot of time getting these achievements, so now allowing all players to fly in these zones leaves some of them feeling cheated. Fortunately, Battle for Azeroth Pathfinder still rewards the unique mechanical parrot mount Wonderwing 2.0, so the hard work of these players is still paying off in other ways. I hope World of Warcraft’s future expansions will completely remove the Pathfinder achievement as a flying prerequisite, especially if it decides to move the popular Dragonriding feature from Dragonflight outside the Dragon Islands.

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