from Norbert Rätz
With the current hotfixes for the content patch version 8.3 of the seventh expansion World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth there are the next bug fixes and adjustments on the live servers. Here you can read the full patch notes that Blizzard released today.

The content patch 8.3 for the current expansion World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth is live, and the next bug fixes and adjustments were submitted today in the form of hotfixes.

Below you can read the official patch notes. Hotfixes are updates that are made on the server side without the need to download new data. Some of the changes below will take effect once Blizzard implements them, while others will only take effect after an announced realm restart. Please note that some problems cannot be solved without a client-side patch. The full patch notes for the current patch 8.3 can be found in this article.

WoW Battle for Azeroth: Patch 8.3 hotfixes dated July 1, 2020


  • Ulduar
    • Kologarn
      • Right Arm should now only Stone Grip 1 target regardless of raid size.

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