World of Warcraft content creators are giving away Dragonflight beta access codes

World of Warcraft is equipping dozens of content creators around the world with Dragonflight beta codes to distribute over the next few weeks.


World of Warcraft just shared social media for dozens of content creators who will give Dragonflight beta access keys over the next few weeks. These gifts mark another step towards World of Warcraft: Dragonflight imminent release before the end of the year.


Early September, World of Warcraft started the beta testing phase for Dragonflight. Every week since, it has invited more and more players to access the beta, which has gradually added more Dragonflight content to the client for testing.

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This recent promotion puts the power of beta access in the hands of World of Warcraft content creators around the world. Over the next few weeks, these content creators will be hosting giveaways on Twitch, Twitter, Youtube, and other social media. World of Warcraft has a full list of social media links for the giveaways through September 23, although he also confirmed the giveaways will continue in the following weeks.

As players try to access the Dragonflight beta, they can also check out the Dragonflight Pre-Patch on the World of Warcraft Public test domain. Although PTR testing is currently focused on talent trees and UI changes, all World of Warcraft players can access the special server from their Battle.net client. Players can’t yet explore Dragon Islands or create Dracthyr Evokers, but access to some of these features may roll out over the next few months.

World of Warcraft Beta key giveaways are always exciting. Beta access is widely granted to lucky gamers, content creators, and press representatives. These freebies allow more players to eventually access the beta testing phase of the game and see what Dragonflight has to offer. Most reports from the Dragonflight beta have been positive, and many players have high hopes for the next World of Warcraft expansion.

That said, players should be careful as the beta key giveaway season begins. As nice as it is to give away keys, some hostile players are sore losers if not picked, which can cause a nightmare for social media chats and their moderators. Likewise, many predatory groups will use this opportunity to stage fake beta key giveaways to hack into player accounts or perform other phishing schemes. World of Warcraft fans should exercise caution when participating in these giveaways and should be sure to double-check with official sources to confirm that the sweepstakes they are entering are legitimate.

World of Warcraft is now available on PC, with Dragonflight launching later this year.

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