A brand-new Shadowlands season is coming in August featuring a revamped version of The Great Push. TGP is a competitive World of Warcraft tournament centered around completing dungeons rather than traditional PvP (player versus player) competitions.
With its return in Shadowlands Season 4, though, TGP is going to look quite different than it did before. For starters, instead of TGP being just a one-off event, it will now be expanded into regional qualifiers vying for a spot in The Great Push Finals. Those three regions will be the Americas and APAC, China and EMEA. Also joining TGP is a nicely inflated prize pot, totaling a whopping $210.000 (USD).
In addition to the return of The Great Push, Shadowlands Season 4 will also feature a new Mythic+ dungeon pool. According to WoWHead, these dungeons include the following:
Tazavesh: Streets of Wonder (Shadowlands)
Tazavesh: So'leah’s Gambit (Shadowlands)
Operation Mechagon: Junkyard (Battle for Azeroth)
Operation Mechagon: Workshop (Battle for Azeroth)
Return to Karazhan: Lower (Legion)
Return to Karazhan: Upper (Legion)
Grimrail Depot (Warlords of Draenor)
Iron Docks (Warlords of Draenor)
Also coming to Shadowlands Season 4 are Faited Raids. Once a week, one of the Shadowlands raids will become a "Faited Raid" which means they drop higher item level loot. Of course, this added benefit comes at the cost of the raid featuring an increased difficulty to make you earn your reward.