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WoW: Blizzard finally announces until when the Brutosaurus will remain purchasable

The Mighty Caravan Brutosaurus was THE gold sink in WoW: Battle for Azeroth. Five million gold expensive, gigantic in size and with a unique feature on board. Because the dinosaur, colloquially also called Long Boi, has a trader as well as an auctioneer on board. This means that the owners of this mount have access to the action house everywhere in the world (where you can get on a mount). An advantage not to be underestimated. Especially when the upcoming expansion will take you to the Shadowlands, where there is no auction house in the pact sanctuary of the individual areas and the way back to the capitals will be quite long and arduous. However, if you want to benefit from this, you'll have to strike soon. Because in Shadowlands , the AH mount will only be available via the black market auction house.

And in the meantime, it is also clear when exactly the Brutosaurus will disappear from the offer of its dealer. And that's not just with the release of Shadowlands. The Mighty Caravan Brutosaurus will already disappear with the pre-patch. So players who are currently saving up for it will now have to hurry more than they feared. This is all the more true because it shrinks the time period in which players know exactly when the deadline is. Naturally, there is less time between the confirmation of the release date and the pre-patch than between the announcement and the final release.

Are you one of the players who have already bought the Bentley of WoW (buy now 14,99 € ) mounts, or do you prefer to put your hard-earned gold into other things?

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