World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is an expansion for World Of Warcraft that adds new areas, new character classes, and a new artefact system. You collect a new resource that allows you to level up a necklace, and the effects of the necklace may be felt throughout your armour.
Grind without it becoming too competitive
World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth has a series of islands you can grind repeatedly because they change every time you play them. They are not procedurally generated, but a great many have been designed so that you may visit and re-visit them without it becoming too repetitive. If you are a WOW fan, then you know what to expect, since the extension builds on what WOW already has to offer. The extension also spawns up to three NPC enemies that are controlled by AI, which sounds good, but it can become annoying. Part of the fun is the repeated crushing of enemies, but the AI-controlled characters act more like the types of aggravating and aggressive players that haunt the PVP mode.
It is a difficult game
The most striking thing about World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is how difficult it is, especially when you are fighting bosses. Each boss is memorable and tough to defeat because each has its own play style and strategy, and the fact that each boss is difficult to defeat is not a bad thing.