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Players can also venture into the arctic wastes of Northrend to fight bosses and make powerful loot, and there is also a new narrative quest to try .Otherwise, you can wait until the event inevitably launches sometime in the coming months.
Since publishing our first story, YouTuber and Reddit consumer'KokushiGG' has published a brand new video showing off Ray Traced Shadows from the new zones in the expansion. You'll find the video down below. As with yesterday's screenshots, we can see the difference in Shadows is quite minimal with all the new feature enabled. Enabling Ray Traced Shadows, however, does seem to greatly affect operation with FPS falling from 120FPS into 60FPS in some cases.
Ray Traced Shadows within World of Warcraft Shadowlands have been allowed on the game's Beta/PTR, and the very first comparison shots have surfaced online.
Back in April of the year, Blizzard added Ray Traced Shadow options to the game's Alpha. Unfortunately, actual Ray Traced Shadows weren't allowed just yet and people from the Alpha were only able to observe the new choices buy WOW Burning Crusade Classic Gold. According to the alternative's description, it"improves shadow quality with beam design, which produces shadows with more natural softness, substantially improved precision, and out of other light sources."