Patch 9.1.5 will also bring about the removal of a variety of in-game references to past developers, like the former lead designer Jesse McCree (whose World of Warcraft character shares this name could undergo a name change) as well as the demise of the ability to direct the spit emote towards other players.
Along with the elimination of offensive content in patch 9.1.5. patch 9.1.5 is expected to bring various fan-requested modifications, such as the removal of Conduit Energy or the ability to switch Covenants. Patch 9.1.5 is not yet set to have an expected release date, but is expected to release in the fall.
WoW: Shadowlands 9.1.5 Patch Notes Indicate AOE Cap Is Going to be Removed
World of Warcraft : Shadowlands The upcoming 9.1.5 patch is now live in the game's test realm, and fresh patches notes offer even additional changes to the Blizzard MMO that hadn't been previously made public.
The biggest of those changes is the removal of the game's area-of-effect (or AOE) cap. In Shadowlands the AOE cap limits many abilities which are capable of hitting multiple enemies only be able to affect a specific amount of targets. This will be removed in 9.1.5 and will result in abilities which are currently AOE capped cheap WOW WoTLK Classic Gold instead doing less damage to enemies outside of the initial five targets.