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Hellfire Citadel Raid Release Schedule (Patch 6.2)

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Blizzard released the weekly release pattern for Hellfire Citadel today. Actual dates are not included at this point, as an official launch date for Patch 6.2 has not yet been announced.

 

The release pattern is as follows:

 

Blizzard Icon Hellfire Citadel Raid Schedule

 

The armies of Azeroth are set to charge into Tanaan Jungle and the new Raid found there. To help with the coordination of these fiery days to come, we’ve broken down the unlock schedule for Hellfire Citadel. Get ready!

 

If you're among those patiently sharpening your sword until Raid Finder unlocks, please note that you'll need a minimum item level of 650 to enter. Here's the rundown:

 

Week 1 (with the release of Patch 6.2)

  • Hellfire Citadel Normal and Heroic difficulties open.

Week 2

  • Mythic difficulty becomes available.
  • Raid Finder Wing 1 (Hellfire Assault, Iron Reaver, Kormrok) unlocks.

Week 4

  • Raid Finder Wing 2 (Hellfire High Council, Kilrogg, Gorefiend) unlocks.

Week 6

  • Raid Finder Wing 3 (Shadow-Lord Iskar, Socrethar the Eternal, Tyrant Velhari) unlocks.

Week 8

  • Raid Finder Wing 4 (Fel Lord Zakuun, Xhul’horac, Mannoroth) unlocks.

Week 10

  • Raid Finder Wing 5 (Archimonde) unlocks.

 

What difficulty level are you hoping to see in Hellfire Citadel?

 

Hellfire Citadel has a formal release schedule for all difficulties. No actual dates are included yet, only a general outline.

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