Dragonflight's requirements for World of Warcraft XP have been reduced

Dragonflight's requirements for World of Warcraft XP have been reduced ...

The World of Warcraft developers are making some significant changes to the experience requirements for the next expansion.

Blizzard has reduced the amount of experience required from levels one to 60 in Dragonflight by as little as 78 percent for some levels. According to Wowhead's data, this results in a 56.9 percent reduction in absolute experience required.

The experience enhancements are currently enabled in Dragonflights Alpha and are therefore preliminary and subject to change before the expansion is released sometime in December this year.

The level cap in Dragonflight is increasing from 60 to 70. Players will discover Azeroths dragonflights in the next expansion, and explore The Dragon Isles for the first time. In this new area, players will be able to explore five new areas: The Forbidden Reach, The Waking Shoes, Ohnahran Plains, The Azure Span, and Thaldraszusand level up from 60 to 70.

In 2020, the developers added a level squish to the Shadowlands expansion, changing the way players' power grew as they gained experience and levels. The level cap in Battle for Azeroth was reduced from 120 to 60 in Shadowlands.

The new changes to XP requirements in Dragonflight will make the leveling process more efficient than ever before. Leveling from one to 50 in Shadowlands was already quick, taking considerably less time than previous expansions. This XP change will allow players to create alts and enjoy the endgame at a more reasonable pace.

Dragonflight is expected to be released before the end of the year, although Blizzard has yet to confirm an official release date. The expansion is expected to be released in December.