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Blizzard reveals Siege of Orgrimmar raid schedule

Matthew Rossi
September 4, 2013
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Next week, we hit Orgrimmar as the Siege begins. And Blizzard has just revealed the release schedule for the raid as a whole.

Next week, on September 10th, we get normal mode opening and Flex Raiding opens wing 1, the Vale of Eternal Sorrows. Heroic opens on the 17th (requiring a Garrosh kill on normal to unlock it), along with Flex wing 2, the Gates of Retribution, and LFR opening wing 1. This keeps the previous intention of unlocking Flex faster than LFR and staggers the normal and heroic releases as we saw in previous raids this expansion.

For the complete release schedule, we've reproduced the Blizzard post behind the jump. I for one am very much looking forward to the Siege.





Blizzard Entertainment - Siege of Orgrimmar Raid Schedule
With the release of Patch 5.4: Siege of Orgrimmar, four wings of an expansive new raid will begin to open. The Normal and Heroic raid difficulties, Raid Finder wings, and the new-to-5.4 Flexible mode wings will each be available starting from different dates.

To access the new Raid Finder wings, you'll need a minimum average Item Level (ilvl) of 496 or higher.

This is our current schedule based on the planned patch release date of September 10. If we determine any changes are needed, we'll update this article.

September 10 – Patch 5.4 Release

Normal
Flex Wing 1 "Vale of Eternal Sorrows"

September 17

Heroic (Normal Garrosh kill required)
Flex Wing 2 "Gates of Retribution"
Raid Finder Wing 1 "Vale of Eternal Sorrows"

September 24

Raid Finder Wing 2 "Gates of Retribution"

October 1

Flex Wing 3 "The Underhold"

October 8

Raid Finder Wing 3 "The Underhold"

October 15

Flex Wing 4 "Downfall"

October 22

Raid Finder Wing 4 "Downfall"









































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