The World of Warcraft Dragonflight alpha has moved to phase 6, including a monk rework and a Nokhud Offensive dungeon

The World of Warcraft Dragonflight alpha has moved to phase 6, including a monk rework and a Nokhud  ...

With phase six of World of Warcraft Dragonflight currently underway this week, it is nearing the end, introducing just a few missing items of content that had not yet been released.

The level cap has been set to 70, and players may level all of the games' starting zones, including the Dracthyr starting zone. Players may also access all five previously tested dungeons and class talent reworks.

In the Dragonflight Alpha, Factions will be released this week. https://t.co/PZWJVkkmQ0 pic.twitter.com/Cl3ow175Jc

This week, there is little new content, but that doesnt make it any less important. The last class is receiving its talent tree reworkmonkand players can try out one more new dungeon, The Nokhud Offensive.

Players who want to try out dungeons may do so by using the game Looking for Dungeon. Blizzard has suggested that players create fresh characters to reflect differences in builds between last week and this week.

The most significant new component of the alpha is the introduction of the four main factions. Players will be able to begin testing out the faction experience through leveling and endgame content. The four factions are the Valdrakken Accord, Dragonscale Expedition, Iskaara Tuskarr, and Maruuk Centaur.

The Dragonflight alpha was released less than a month ago on July 14, with the initial phases focusing on specific zones and content. Given the majority of the games content available in the alpha, it is probable that the game will not last much longer and might move into a beta sooner rather than later.