Transmog Tracking in WoW Dragonflight 10.1.5 - Explained - Prima Games

Transmog Tracking in WoW Dragonflight 10.1.5 – Explained

Gotta wear em' all.

by David Morgan

Sometime this summer, we’ll be hit with yet another World of Warcraft Dragonflight update (per the developer roadmap). As features make their way to the Public Test Realm, we’re given a glimpse into what we can expect as the date draws nearer, and one of the more welcome quality-of-life changes is the ability to track any uncollected transmogs in-game. Here’s how it works in WoW Dragonflight 10.1.5.

How to Track Uncollected Transmogs in WoW Dragonflight

Starting in patch 10.1.5, you can Shift-click any uncollected armor or weapon appearance in your Collections window, adding it to your Objective tracker (similar to how quests are tracked). If an appearance comes from multiple sources, you can simply press Tab to swap between them and Shift click the one you’d like to pursue.

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This new tracking system will be a boon to players unfamiliar with where (or when) certain raids and dungeons take place, guiding them more easily to the correct bosses to take down for appearances they’d like to earn. I have personally wasted hours trying to hunt down simple dungeon entrances and often resort to looking and crudely captured screenshots on Google.

Only appearances found in dungeons, raids, or from vendors can be tracked when this patch drops, but we’ll see if Blizzard comes up with a clever new way to track other appearances, such as those found from quest chains. Maybe they could guide the player to the start of the quest chain that rewards a certain appearance? Just spitballin’ here, guys!

This is one of many new features being introduced in WoW Dragonflight’s 10.1.5 patch, and there are many more being announced every day. If you can’t wait to get your hands on the new systems, mechanics, Evoker specialization, and balance changes, you can opt-in to the PTR in your launcher and give them a whirl.