Just now, we've applied two more hotfixes to Mythic difficulty Uu'nat in Crucible of Storms. Storm of Annihilation damage to players has been reduced by 20%, and the recast time of Insatiable Torment has been increased to 45 seconds (was 30 seconds).— WarcraftDevs (@WarcraftDevs) April 30, 2019
Just now, we've applied two more hotfixes to Mythic difficulty Uu'nat in Crucible of Storms. Storm of Annihilation damage to players has been reduced by 20%, and the recast time of Insatiable Torment has been increased to 45 seconds (was 30 seconds).
I wonder, Does Blizzard have any interest for the 1st kill race to finish so quickly? What do you think?PD: Sorry if my english is not good enough :)
Good changes. They also need to push some nerfs to Mythic Battle of Dazar'alor bosses (especially Mekkatorque and Jaina). Re-clears are taking to much time due to missing skip to last boss quest...
How do you nerf those bosses and still keep them interesting for guilds still progressing on them? -5% max HP?
Thats very bad for Pieces if they start after Method tomorrow, or even worst: vodkaz, Skyline and several non EU guilds can snipe the boss today.
Oh so EU gets 1 day of nerfs to a Boss that NA didnt.
This kind of stuff just proves that Blizzard doesn't actually test any of their content before they release it. They put bosses out that nobody can kill and just figure they'll tune it later. Why even bother with PTR if you are not actually going to do any testing?
Having a 24 hour advantage on a new boss is different than having that for a nerfed boss. Especially since the nerf went out before EU reset but after NA reset.
Do they not internally test mythics? I mean, clearly not. The best guilds in the world can't down the boss, and hotfix after hotfix clearly shows that they had no business releasing this raid like it was. If they can't clear it internally(assuming they even try), why wouldn't they balance it before release?