- There are other places in-game that aren't shown on the Cosmic map.
- Argus is another world that isn't shown on the Cosmic map, but is instead shown on the map of the Broken Isles, with whose story its inclusion in-game is connected with.
- Deepholm, Molten Front, Helheim, Emerald Dreamway, Dreadscar Rift, Niskara, Mardum, the Shattered Abyss and Telogrus Rift aren't shown on the Cosmic map.
- Azeroth depiction is different then it's own appearance in its own world map.
- On the Azeroth side, the map is outdated. The Azuremyst Isles do not appear and Quel'Thalas looks as it did on the old world map. Pandaria is missing since it is located below the word "Azeroth". Broken Isles, Zandalar and Kul Tiras aren't shown as they are now seen on the Azeroth world map, with Broken Isles and Zandalar perhaps being represented by differently shaped islands.
- The original Cosmic map was released for The Burning Crusade, but on the Azeroth side, you can see Northrend, which was introduced as a continent in the following expansion pack, Wrath of the Lich King.
- The two figures in the background of the Warlords of Draenor version appear to be Aman'Thul and Sargeras.
The second Cosmic map from Warlords of Draenor.
The original Cosmic map from The Burning Crusade.
The Cosmic map during the late beta of The Burning Crusade.
The Cosmic map during the early beta of The Burning Crusade.
A cosmic map version on the mouse pad from the 15th Anniversary Collector's Edition.