Update, August 24:
Blizzard's development team now presents the first images with the new character customizations for patch 9.1.5 after the official announcement. You can see a male Lightforged Draenei and a female Nightborn. On the official World of Warcraft forums, Community Manager Linxy posted the following message:
Thank you for all of your enthusiasm and suggestions so far! It's been a pleasure for the team to read how passionate you are about the looks of your in-game characters.
We wanted to share a handful of the customization options you'll be able to choose for male Lightforged Draenei and female Nightborne, some of which have been requests from the community.
Lightforged Draenei New Customization Options
WoW Patch 9.1.5: Preview of the new customizations for Allied Races (1) Source: Blizzard Nightborne New Customization Options
WoW Patch 9.1.5: Preview of the new customizations for Allied Races (2) Source: Blizzard It seems that male Lightforged Draenei will be allowed to choose the horn type and hairstyle separately in the future. There will also be new jewelry options (such as golden horn trim) and fancy hairstyles. Fans of the classic Nightborn will also be amazed. Female elves will be able to select new facial features with almond eyes, making them more like the popular Nightborn from Suramar. You can then complete your new look with golden jewelry and arcane tattoos.
Original post dated August 20, 2021:
A breath of fresh air for Horde and Alliance! Allied races are undoubtedly one of the highlights of WoW: Legion and Battle for Azeroth. We were so happy about the mystical Nightborn, the gloomy Void Elves or the brave Lightforged Draenei. The only drawback to the new playable races, however, was the lack of character customization options. Well, the developers had put a lot of time and work into the character customization of the classic races a while ago, but we would have liked to see a few visual treats for the allied races in Shadowlands.
BlizzCon 2020, the WoW developers announced that there would be no new customization options for Ally Races in Shadowlands.
However, a message recently popped up on the official forums explaining that, based on player feedback, they do plan to design new character customization options for Allied Races. First up are the Nightborn and the Lightforged Draenei.The
official message from Community Manager Linsyreads:
Greetings everyone :)
Our characters in game are a virtual representation of who we are in Azeroth and having more character customization options to design our characters helps us feel closer to them.
Shadowlands brought a whole array of new customization options to the player races in World of Warcraft (buy now 14,99 € ), but there were a few of the Allied Races that didn't get as much attention as the rest.
Back at BlizzConline in February, we stated that we had no plans to add additional customization options until after Shadowlands, but after hearing the passionate feedback around the issue, we looked into whether we could implement more options sooner. We're pleased to announce that 9.1.5 will introduce new character customization options for Nightborne and Lightforged Draenei which include: new hair styles, hair colors, facial hair, skin colors, accessories, horns, tail length, tattoos, and more!
In addition to new customization options for Lightforged Draenei and Nightborne, 9.1.5 will also introduce other cosmetics such as:
'll be continuing to expand our character customization in the future, with our sights set on Highmountain Tauren next.
Stay tuned for more information.
Players can also look forward to new travel forms for druids, soul shapeshifters, and toys in patch 9.1.5. We can't wait to see what else Blizzard's development team surprises us with. Patch 9.1.5 can come!Support buffed - it will only take a minute. Thank you!
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