If you're looking for a throwback PVE experience, WoW Shadowlands has you covered with Wrath of the Lich King Timewalking this week.
So what does this mean for players?
Let's dive into Wrath of the Lich King Timewalking, what it allows, its rewards, and more.
WoW Shadowlands Timewalking Content
WoW Shadowlands is packed with end game content, and while you have tons to choose from that are current, there are now even options to go back in time to do old content for new rewards with Timewalking.
Timewalking scales old PVE encounters to modern stats, give modern rewards, but offer old experiences that players feel nostalgia for or may have even missed out on.
Wrath of the Lich King Timewalking
This week's Timewalking option in Shadowlands is one of WoW's most beloved expansions - Wrath of the Lich King.
This week, players have the option to timewalk back to Wrath of the Lich King content - including queueing Wrath of the Lich King dungeons for Timewalking Badges, and forming groups for Ulduar.
This works for players level 30 and above, and content will scale much like the new dungeon system in WoW Shadowlands which allows players to engage in the same content scaled for the level difference.
WoW Shadowlands gear may best be gained in Castle Nathria and Mythic Keystone Dungeons, but Timewalking rewards are also scaled to be significant as well.
The loot is scaled to Shadowlands dungeon ilvl, and for Timewalking raids, Castle Nathria LFR ilvl.
This is a nice boost for players pushing alts, or newer to the Shadowlands expansion.
Despite this gear not meaning much to players who have spent some time in Shadowlands already, it's still worth doing WOTLK Timewalking content for the experience and nostalgia.
WoW Shadowlands Weekly Reset
The Wrath of the Lich King Timewalking in WoW Shadowlands was introduced in this week's Weekly Reset.
The Reset gave us a new Shadowlands World Boss in Bastion, cleared caps like Conquest, raid lockouts, and Mythic Keystones, and also gave us another chance at Great Vault loot depending on the content you completed last week.
While it didn't introduce any massive patching or hotfixes, it's always the highest action day in Shadowlands as players push to clear content for next week's big Great Vault opening.