World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth has seemingly burned out many players but Blizzard are pressing on with new content updates, with Tides of Vengeance coming on 11 December 2018, when Blood Elf and Dwarf Heritage armour will debut.
Blood Elf players will have new transmogs to look forward to on 11 December 2018, when the fancy Heritage armour comes along. Same goes for Dwarves, and both races will have to be Exalted with their respective capital cities, Silvermoon or Ironforge, in order to acquire the quest that will award them the armour set.
Naturally, players will also need to be maximum level (120) in order to start the quest at all. Once all the requirements are met, they will need to go to an embassy in either Orgrimmar or Stormwind in order to begin the journey. No specifics about the quests can be found on the official post, but Wowhead has you covered.
Blood Elves will be given a quest named Pride of the Sin'Dorei, and the whole journey can be previewed on this video. The video contains the entire questline and therefore spoilers, so some players may want to refrain from watching it before playing through the quests.
Dwarven equivalent will be called Keep Your Feet on the Ground and can be picked up from Digger Golad. This video details the questline, which can also be used as a walkthrough in the unlikely case of getting stuck at some point.
Blood Elves and Dwarves aren't the only ones getting pretty visuals in patch 8.11 though, as Paladins will get a pile of new animations and visual effects, while Lor'Themar Theron will finally get an updated, distinctive, model.
Other race leaders will get some love too, as Tyrande's Ascension and the Fate of Saurfang questlines will become available. The latter may be more enticing at the moment due to everyone wanting to know what happened with the High Overlord after the cinematic featuring him and King Anduin.