World of Warcraft: Shadowlands 9.2 Patch, known as Eternity's End, was announced back in November 2021, and for those wondering, it will be the final act for the WoW Shadowlands story. The patch will have all the normal expectations of a major patch including season 3 for PvP and Mythic+, a new Raid, and will bring in new mechanics and unknown lands for players to explore. More information will follow in the coming weeks, so be sure to check back for all your World of Warcraft Updates. Keep reading for a full breakdown of everything to expect as well as all the key details about Patch 9.2.To get more news about Buy WoW WLK Gold, you can visit official website.
Blizzard has released their official preview of Protoform Synthesis, the new system coming to the game in Patch 9.2. There's a lot to take in, but here's a snippet from the Blizzard overview:

Blizzard has released a small preview for the Sepulcher of the First Ones raid, the final raid instance of the Shadowlands expansion. Blizzard's preview gives fans a detailed look at what to expect (including bosses), along with the raid unlock schedule.

Blizzard has announced a release date for the long-overdue third content update for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, known as Eternity’s End.

Azeroth’s champions will soon begin adventuring through Zereth Mortis to face the Jailer when the final major story content update, Eternity’s End, goes live on February 22!
New Raid: Sepulcher of the First Ones – Battle your way to the Jailer within the Sepulcher, taking on his most powerful lieutenants and working to rescue Anduin, the Alliance king, along the way.
New Zone: Zereth Mortis – Explore the land of the progenitors from your home base of Haven, and new quest hub complete with daily quests, and new denizens to ally with, including the mechanical Automa and the Enlightened, and faction of former Brokers.
Return of Tier Sets – Earn pieces of the new Progenitor-themed class armour set from a variety of activities, including raid boss drops, Mythic+ dunegeons, and PVP, with 2- and 4-piece set bonuses for each class specialization.
And More – Look forward to various updates and improvements to various features and systems, including class balance, professions, and Torghast, as well as a slew of new mounts and pets to collect!
World of Warcraft game director Ion Hazzikostas has announced a pretty exciting change coming to the game when the 9.2.5 update goes live on the PTR.

As per Blizzard, the team are working on adding the ability for Alliance and Horde players to form premade parties together for dungeons, raids, and rated PvP.

“There have been two decades’ worth of code and content crafted with the assumption that parties can only have players of a single faction, and while we want to make this feature available as soon as possible, the extent of the change means that it couldn’t be ready in time for the upcoming Eternity’s End content update,” Hazzikostas explained.
The developers have not yet shared any information on when WoW Shadowlands 9.2 could be released to all players. Patch 9.2 went live on the game's PTR (public test realm) at the start of December 2021.

Usually, WoW PTR testing lasts somewhere between 2.5 and 3 months. Although, it would be fair to say that testing for past Shadowlands updates has been slower than previous expansions. With this in mind, we expect so we expect that patch 9.2 has a release date around the middle of February or early March. In addition, new updates tend to go live with the game's weekly reset, which takes place on a Tuesday or Wednesday (depending on if you're playing on a US or EU-based server).
Following the Thanksgiving holiday in the US, Blizzard returned and released the upcoming WoW Shadowlands patch 9.2 onto the game's PTR. This allows players to test Eternity's End before it goes live in 2022. If you want to take a look at the game's current WoW Shadowlands 9.2 Patch Notes, follow the link to take a look at Blizzard's Forums (they are LENGTHY). We still expect that the game will undergo further changes before the update goes live proper.