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    Other changes that will be coming to the game in patch 9.1.5 include the change in names for certain difficult achievements, a less suggestive name for two old bosses in the raid, and the elimination of all references of former staff members. The patch will also bring the game a multitude of improvements that have been requested by players, such as improving the gameplay to be more accessible to alt players and the elimination of not popular mechanics such as the area-of-effect limit as well as Conduit Energy. Shadowlands patch 9.1.5 is not yet set to have an official release date, however it is expected to be released sometime in the fall.

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