‘World of Warcraft’ gameplay, bonus: Players who need Honor gains should take advantage of this week’s PvP event
Playing “World of Warcraft” rarely gets boring or repetitive, thanks to various limited-time events that Blizzard events. This week, players who are in need of gathering more Honor gains are lucky as it is the main prize of joining PvP arena fights.
How to join ‘World of Warcraft’ weekly bonus events
The theme for this week is Arena Skirmishes, and it is fairly easy to find the weekly bonus events in “World of Warcraft.” Players have to start by opening the Group Finder, which can be done by pressing the letter “i” on the keyboard if they are using the default hotkey settings. From there, click on the “Player vs. Player” option, and then choose “Casual,” then click on “Arena Skirmish.” Start a match by clicking the “Join Battle” button. The event can also be brought up anywhere in Azeroth.
“World of Warcraft” players will be matched with random teammates and opponents for the Arena Skirmish. However, using the “Premade” tab will allow them to enter a match with their chosen or created group. Whether they choose to play with random people or their friends, a passive buff will be activated during Skirmishes this week that rewards players with an additional 50% Honor gains.
Honor gains are different from XP gains in “World of Warcraft.” The latter is practically the basis of a character’s general leveling status. Meanwhile, acquiring certain Honor gains unlocks special abilities.
‘World of Warcraft’ weekly event comes with special quest
Aside from joining PvP Arena Skirmishes, this week’s event will also let players join in on a quest that will later reward them with a special loot box. “World of Warcraft” players should always be on the lookout for Chronicler Shoopa in Zuldazar and Boralus. The NPC will provide gamers with the quest called The Arena Calls that can only be accessed after winning 10 PvP matches.
The “World of Warcraft” weekly events always run from Tuesday to Monday of the following week. To not be confused, players can refer to the in-game calendar to check how many days are left for the passive Honor buff. The in-game Adventure Guide feature should also let gamers know more about the weekly events and limited-time quests they should not miss. Note that weekly events do not always have the same passive bonus, so it might take a while before Honor gains return as the reward.