World of Warcraft introduces new Trading Post feature, here's how to get free gear!
Blizzard Announces New Trading Post Feature for World of Warcraft. Earn Mounts, Pets, and More!
World of Warcraft players, get ready to earn even more cool gear! Blizzard has just announced the addition of a new Trading Post feature, which will allow players to earn mounts, toys, pets, and cosmetics using a new currency called Trader's Tender.
Here's how it works: each month, players can log in to the game and claim 500 Trader's Tender for free from the Collector's Cache located near the Trading Post. That's right, free gear just for logging in! But if you want to earn even more Trader's Tender, you can complete challenges through the new Traveler's Log system. The Traveler's Log will have a list of monthly challenges for players to complete across various aspects of the game, such as PvP, raids, holiday events, and more. Just remember, you can only earn a maximum of 500 Trader's Tender per month from the Traveler's Log, so choose your challenges wisely.
Once you have your Trader's Tender, you can head to the Trading Post and check out the rotating collection of items available for purchase. And don't worry if you miss out on an item you really want – the items will rotate on a monthly basis, but rotated items will return in future months. Plus, the Trading Post will include items normally only available through the in-game cash shop or from special promotions, giving you another way to earn those hard-to-get items.
Blizzard hasn't announced a release date for the Trading Post yet, but they have said that it will soon be available for testing on the game's public test realm. So get ready to start earning your Trader's Tender and check out all the cool gear at the Trading Post!
In other WoW news, the game's latest expansion, Dragonflight, recently released and introduced major changes to systems like professions and talents.
In a review of the expansion, The first season of content for Dragonflight, including the new Vault of the Incarnates raid, arrives this week. And don't forget, if you watch WoW streams on Twitch, you can earn in-game rewards via Twitch drops.
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