World of Warcraft Dawn of the Infinite megadungeon giant skeleton screenshot

[Update]: World of Warcraft's Patch 10.1.7 will be launching on September 5th with new story quests, Heritage Armor and a Ping system.

After spending a fair bit of time on the test servers, World of Warcraft's Update 10.1.5 has now finally arrived. It brings with it a phenomenal new mega-dungeon by the name of Dawn of the Infinite, new Time Rift events that offer a ton of new cosmetics to collect, and even a brand new Evoker specialization focused around amplifying the abilities of their allies rather than doing all of the damage themselves.

You can also look forward to new questlines, including a very cute one that will have you help out in a dragon whelp daycare, as well as improved lighting and fog all throughout Kalimdor and the Eastern Kingdoms. And if you're a fan of warlocks, you'll be pleased to hear that the class has not only expanded to new races, but that you're now able to customize your demons at the barber shop (after going through a brief quest).

The good news doesn't end there as there will also be a dragonriding racing event coming to Kalimdor - likely the first step in implementing dragonriding across the entirety of World of Warcraft. The appropriately titled Kalimdor Cup will run from August 15-28 and will have you mess around with 16 new races (with all of the usual difficulty modes) in order to unlock all sorts of new rewards.

If you don't mind a couple of mild spoilers, you can check out what some of these new additions look like in action through the launch trailer below. Have a peek:

You can also read the full list of changes, as well as dive into all of the accompanying balance tweaks and bug fixes, over at the World of Warcraft website.

As a final note, I would highly recommend you give the new Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon a proper try, even if you're not usually interested in World of Warcraft's endgame content. It's an incredibly well designed dungeon with a plethora of fun boss fights that are just challenging enough to make you strategize with your team to beat them, but without becoming strict gear-checks. It's one of my favorite dungeons released in the past few years, which is quite impressive for a patch that'd usually just be there to help tide everyone over before the next big update!

Have fun with all of the new stuff, and I'll make sure to let you know once the next content drop arrives.