Data-miners have a theory on when Patch 10.0.7's new Forbidden Reach content will be released.
WoW Wednesday: Datamined Eggs Reveal an Imminent Return to The Forbidden Reach
WoW's diligent data-miners are at it again. This time they may have found confirmation on when we will return to the Forbidden Reach thanks to a most unlikely clue... a big basket of colorful eggs.
Despite their reputation, this particular batch of easter eggs probably wasn't intended to unveil some hidden information. Instead, the fastidious sleuths of the data-mining community connected some dots and arrived at the conclusion that Patch 10.0.7 will probably be with us on April 4th.
Their reasoning is rooted in the discovery of the Drake's Big Basket of Eggs toy, a toy that gives their Dragonriding drake a basket of colorful eggs to carry when used. It doesn't take a genius to work out that this Easter-themed toy will be with us during the Easter holiday event, Noblegarden, which is slated to take place between April 10th - 17th.
From this, we can assume that the eggs will be introduced in the preceding weekly reset, which lands on April 4th, so as to coincide with the holiday event. Which tracks, as we were already expecting the patch to land sometime in April, with Patch 10.1 soon to follow later in the Spring.
What we know of Patch 10.0.7 so far is that it will bring players back to the Forbidden Reach, the starting zone for the dracthyr Evoker. It is there that we will delve deeper into the lore of the newest WoW race/class combo as players investigate the chaos left behind by the Primalists.
It will also introduce a new set of orc and human Heritage Armor, open the Monk class to goblins, Lightforged dranei and worgen races, and bring new rewards to the Recruit A Friend program.
Patch 10.1, meanwhile, marks the start of Season 2, and will introduce a new zone, raid, PvP season, and Mythic+ Dungeon pool, as well as updated professions and UI improvements.