Content update 9.2.5 introduces limited cross-faction gameplay where players are now able to directly invite members of the opposite faction to a party if they are Battle.net or Real ID friends, or if they are members of a cross-faction WoW Community. This is also open to pre-made groups using the Group Finder tool.
Additionally, 9.2.5 also brings with it some additional content and quality of life updates, including:
- New Customization Quests – Blood Elf and Dark Iron Dwarves can complete a new questline that rewards a new mount and weapon appearances.
- New Achievements – Players who have been hard at work unlocking all covenant achievements will now see those achievements completed across all their characters.
- Quality of Life Changes – Increases to Renown earning and catch-ups, character class tuning, increased Grateful Offerings and more.
For a full rundown of all that 9.2.5 has to offer, including which raids and dungeons are currently included in cross-faction instances, be sure to check out the World of Warcraft website.