WoW Shadowlands: Members of the Alliance and the Horde will be allowed to join parties together in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands version 9.2.5, which rolls out tomorrow (May 31). Cross-faction groups and parties will allow you to play with your buddies even if they’ve sworn allegiance to your mortal adversaries in the MMORPG.
New questlines for Blood Elves and Dark Iron Dwarves, as well as the Enigma Crucible PvP arena, have been added in Shadowlands Update 9.2.5. You’ll be able to access all of the Torghast, and Tower of the Damned Wings (rather than just two per week), as well as a new design for the report player menu pane.
The advent of cross-faction instances is, however, the most major change brought about by this patch. Because the Alliance and the Horde are still wary of each other, it’s not a free-for-all. Once the patch is out, you will be able to invite a player from the opposing group to a party if you have a friendship via BattleTag or Real ID.
Pre-made group leaders, on the other hand, have the option of making their groups faction-exclusive, and cross-faction play is subject to further restrictions. Some activities, such as random battlegrounds, heroic dungeons, skirmishes, and skirmishes, are only available to players on the same side.
Among them are:
The Champion’s Court of Appeal
The trial of the crusader
icecrown citadel archival vault
Boralus is under siege by the Baradin.
The Battle of Dazar’alor (Darkmaul Citadel)