World Of Warcraft: Battle For Azeroth’s New Purchasable Corruptions Have Cycled Through Once Again

Blizzard has once again gone through the rotation of its new purchasable corruption mechanic! This new rotation brings corruptions that players haven’t been able to buy yet, offering a wonderful benefit to players who can afford it.

By implementing the Echoes of Ny’alotha system, Blizzard was able to remove some of the creeping RNG from World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth. Allowing players to buy exactly what they wanted instead of hoping it would significantly reduce end-game personalization. World Of Warcraft: Battle For Azeroth’s New Purchasable Corruptions Have Cycled Through Once Again

Of course, this is still not a full guarantee, as players have to wait and hope that their favorite corruption appears. Once done, they’d better save enough Ny’alotha echoes to buy them, as some of them get expensive!

This is the case of the most powerful, for sure. The third level of some corruptions, such as Infinite Stars and Twilight Devastation, regularly costs 15,000 echoes of Ny’alotha. This can take a while to happen, so saving for those over a long period is the only chance.

This rotation offers wonderful selections for almost every class, but make sure you know what might be best for you before you start buying!

For example, caster classes generally do not need echo much, nor do distance classes in general. Since the player himself is the center of Echoing Void, being away from opponents effectively makes him useless.