Blizzard launched World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth - Visions of N'Zoth content, bringing along new activities, item farm, allied races and even a twist for Death Knights that may or may not make sense given the timeline.
Visions of N'Zoth is focusing on the titular character, an old god in all the glory, tentacles and mind bending. As is the custom of every big bad tentacle boy before him, N'Zoth is spreading corruption over Azeroth which prompted the Horde and the Alliance to once again temporarily and loosely set aside their differences in order to face this threat.
Players will get to return to Uldum and Vale of Eternal Blossoms that have been corrupted by N'Zoth. They will have to defend these lands in the new assault activities but they will earn powerful rewards, including some of the new mounts, in the process.
Horrific Visions will let players view what Orgrimmar and Stormwind might look like as one to five of them group together and witness what could come to pass if Captain Tentacle is not stopped.
Those not looking for dungeons, but rather raids, will be able to visit Ny'Alotha, the Walking City. It will be a raid with 12 bosses in total, set in the heart of the ancient Black Empire. Señor Tentáculo will be the final boss. Let's hope we got to poke him in some of the many eyes.
New allied races, Vulpera and Mechagnomes, will be joining the fray with Horde and Alliance, respectively. On the topic of allied races, players will be able to make Death Knights of those races now as well. Considering none of them participated in the battle against Arthas and some were not even on Azeroth at the time, it is kind of odd to see them as Death Knights.
Anyway, there will be more power and gear farm involved as well as the storyline that should lead up to Shadowlands, although we are bound to get a proper intro later on, seeing how Blizzard handled the earlier expansions.