Dragonflight is sprinkled with little moments like these that encourage you to take your time and smell the roses, so to speak. Though there are still plenty of collectathons and kill quests to complete, Dragonflight shines when it reminds you of the unique world you're in and invites you to slow down and immerse yourself in it. It's an expansion about remembering where you've come from, yet embracing what comes next. It's about coming home. Considering the quality on display in Dragonflight and all the changes that have been made to improve the core systems of Blizzard's iconic RPG, I have no doubt more than a few lapsed players that had grown tired of what Azeroth had to offer in recent years will be doing just that.
If you're reading this and want to try the expansion, go without fear. People are making bad reviews because of herd behavior. This expansion doesn't have grinding and you can keep up with content without staying in the game for 5-10 hours. Classes are fun and balanced. Leveling it's cool and story is great!
I'd like to say that it's been years since we got such a good World of Warcraft expansion, but that kind of declaration could backfire. Still, my first impressions after two weeks of playing are very positive. I'm surprised how much time I spend in Dragonflight.
Those who love the traditional WoW modus operandi will be well rewarded by Dragonflight, but the expansion could have aspired to other goals with a little more courage in terms of creativity and design.
The previous expansions weren’t that great, what’s happening at Blizzard isn’t great either. Dragonflight is a really solid piece of content, however – it lets you explore your own little piece of the world and deal with local issues which is a fabulous change of pace compared to the recent past. You really should visit the Dragon Isles.
I appreciate the new interface (it needs getting used to though) and
talent system (those dilemmas!), as well as changes to crafting that
raise its importance. I enjoyed dragonriding a lot and found quests to
be engaging, but was disappointed by dull dungeons and repetitive
endgame content. World of Warcraft: Dragonflight is a pretty safe
expansion and I expected a bit more from it, but I do feel it has a huge
potential that could be fulfilled in the near future.
Best World of Warcraft Expansion ever. So much fun. You can do everything like Raids, Dungeons, PvP, very good Open World Events,Pet Battel, high Quality Quests and much more. The Dragonriding is so much fun and very good and the Patches are very fast and have a lot of Content. Very good. World of Warcraft is the best Game ever and Dragonflight the best expension
Dragonflight improves the game in a lot of ways, but is let down by predictable, low stakes and corny storytelling. Endgame is significantly less stressfull and more welcoming. Dragonriding is a major success that makes it impossible to go back to old ways.
Slowly getting there. You can feel how foundations are being set for long overdue features.
Ignore the 1 reviews, they are mostly added by players who are rating Activision blizzard.
Objectively speaking dragonflight is a Solid Expansion far better than bfa and sl.
Quite a heavy disappointment. I thought that after two failed expansions, the devs would finally pull themselves together, but we're once again getting the same outdated and heavily restricted content as ever. You're just massively confined in this game. It starts, as many have already mentioned, with the strict racial segregation. You can't freely choose which faction to join, but are still sorted by race, which is simply out of place in several ways. Especially considering the devs' general mentality, for which they've already received severe complaints. But it doesn't stop there. Despite the genre, there's still no player housing or dyeable armor, very unbalanced and heavily limited character customizations and so on. The game just feels like it's been stuck in development for 10 years and unfortunately, that hasn't changed in Dragonflight either.
I give it a 4 out of 10. It’s raid/mythic + or die expansion. Again. Everything else is very bad.
Game balance is really miserable.
The PvP scene is pretty dried up.
Story continues to be a dumpster fire.
Graphic didn't receive any upgrades. Even Orgrimmar and Stormwind look still like outdated pixel mush.
Lack of modern features.
Unhealthy game community.
Still questionable restrictions like racial segregation for Horde and Alliance.
Due to the loss of so many players over the last two expansions, the game is almost dead playerwise, even on high pop servers. The world looks empty and that's never a good thing in mmos.
SummaryThe dragonflights of Azeroth have returned, called upon to defend their ancestral home, the Dragon Isles. Surging with elemental magic and the life energies of Azeroth, the Isles are awakening once more, and it's up to you to explore their primordial wonder and discover long-forgotten secrets.