Those who have already played PvP diligently in the first three seasons of WoW: Battle for Azeroth know the procedure: Every week you can earn conquest points on battlegrounds, in arenas or via faction raids as well as some quests (such as for brawls). If you fill the bar in the "Player vs. Player" tab during the course of an ID, you will receive a reward, and you will also qualify for the weekly PvP chest.
Each week, you will receive an item for a new equipment slot for filling the bar. As soon as all slots have been filled, the game starts all over again, only with a higher item level. And it's exactly this change that happens today, March 25, with the start of the new ID.
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earned all the Conquest Points rewards in the last few weeks, you can now look forward to a weapon with item level 460. If you haven't been quite as diligent, you don't have to give up in disappointment: Blizzard has built a catch-up mechanic into the system that allows you to earn multiple Conquest Points rewards from previous weeks within an ID until you finally reach the current week's loot. So you earn 500 Conquest Points, collect your reward from the NPC and then farm again for the next item.
Which items you can expect in this and the next weeks, you can read below (via Vanion)
- Current week: Weapon with item level 460
- Coming week: Headpiece with itemlevel 460
- 3rd week: Pants or belt with itemlevel 460
- 4th week: Jewelry with itemlevel 460
- 5th week: Chest protector with itemlevel 460
- 6th week: Gloves or wrists with itemlevel 460
- 7th week: Shoulder piece with itemlevel 460
- 8th week: Jewelry with itemlevel 460
- 9th week: Ring or shoes with itemlevel 460
By the way, while you earn access for the weekly PvP Chest via the Conquest Points bar, the contents will be based on your highest PvP rating where you won a rated round in the arenas or battlegrounds that week.Support buffed - it only takes a minute. Thank you!
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