The Warcraft devs have spoken! Timewalking is officially a permanent addition to the game! A few hours ago, Warcraft Devs’ official Twitter page tweeted some exciting news:

Timewalking is a permanent addition to the game, and we look forward to continuing to expand it going forward.

Now who’s up for some runs? I bet Leroy Jenkins is (on a Timewalking dungeon that is)!  We all know how huge the population of World of Warcraft is (I’m talking millions). For those of you that haven’t experienced World of Warcraft yet, or if you are on the “retired” list then you might be wondering; What the heck is Timewalking?

Timewalking is basically a difficulty mode set for older dungeons and players that nostalgic feeling! We all love nostalgia! Essentially, you’ll be able to experience your favourite World of Warcraft dungeons once again (and this time it won’t be whilst you are boosting!). Timewalking in other words, is meant to challenge higher level players who are looking for a good fight against the monsters and bosses from the older expansions by scaling down your current gear thus, making it harder.

But that’s not all of course, challenges are not that interesting without a good reward. You can actually grab loot with the “Timewarped” tag that scales up to an item level suitable for the player’s current level. In addition to this, killing bosses rewards you with “Timewarped Badges” which can be traded for other rare items.

Here’s a list of dungeons that are currently enabled for Timewalking difficulty in Warlords of Dreanor:

The Burning Crusade

  • The Arcatraz
  • The Black Morass
  • Magister’s Terrace
  • Mana-Tombs
  • The Shattered Halls
  • The Slave Pens

Wrath of the Lich King

  • Ahn’kahet: The Old Kingdom
  • Gundrak
  • Halls of Lightning
  • The Nexus
  • Pit of Saron
  • Utgarde Pinnacle


  • End Time
  • Grim Batol
  • Lost City of the Tol’vir
  • Stonecore
  • The Vortex Pinnacle
  • Throne of the Tides

Obviously current active players have been able to experience this already but for those who have yet to play World of Warcraft or those who are in “retirement” this might be a step in the right direction. I’m sure that players are looking forward to additional content in the future (We are looking at you Legion).

What’s your favorite pre Warlords dungeon? Let us know in the comment section.