After the announcement of WoW: Dragonflight, WoW players got a lot of new things to talk about. However, a lot of interesting information about the new expansion and the near future of the role-playing game only comes gradually from the interviews that the developers gave after the presentation of Dragonflight.
In a round of interviews about WoW (buy now ) Dragonflight, Game Director Ion Hazzikostas revealed a detail that opens up a whole new world for Transmog fans: transmogging gray and white items! Also read these interesting stories6
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In the interview, Hazzikostas had this to say about transmog in WoW: "Continuous expansion and customization of the game is something we plan to continue to pursue until the release of WoW Dragonflight. It's possible that by then we'll integrate a lot of white and gray rarity level items into the transmog system, so you'll be able to choose from a lot of simpler, more modest clothing. We always want to include more options for customization and self-expression."
This feature is coming either with or perhaps before the release of WoW Dragonflight. This wouldn't be a mega new feature like, say, the new class Caller of the Dracthyr or new means of transportation via dragon riding, but it does open up a whole new world for Transmog fans, so to speak, and plenty of room for new activities. For example, farming certain mobs for the perfect look from simple gray items. What do you think of this Transmog customization? Which gray item have you always wanted to transmog? We're looking forward to your opinion in the comments.
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