Nice, usually a release candidate is released like one week before the patch?
Finally. While I'm really glad that Blizzard has taken their time with polishing this patch and feel that it's really paying off, it still sucks that we've been stuck for quite a while. Here's to 8.2!
Nice just a few weeks now, liking that they are trying to put polish on it.
"few weeks"? im betting all my g on 25th at the latest.
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Sadly it still includes the most recent of completly idiotic changes made in bfa mount equipment.
Finally!This time the length between 8.1.5 and 8.2 was clearly too long. I miss the patch cycles during legion times.In this day and age, especially with a subscription model, I feel this is more than inappropriate to wait more than 3 months for new content.
In any future patch, would it be possible to add in skips for older raids such as Siege of Orgrimmar? Asking because it's a pain to run for collectors, and because some of the, in comparison, newer and also lengthy raids have skips.
Blizz just release it already. We had ZERO actual new content since BFA launch, almost a whole year at this point.
I feel like the content drought in WoD was better than BfA content drought. All my friends and guild members have unsubbed. The 8.1 raid was extremely low quality compared to what Blizzard usually brings.Mythic Plus is awesome (for about 3 weeks out of a season) Most weeks the affixes are awful and it's not even fun to do M+ on those weeks.I miss the days of being excited to get home from work to play WoW.Now I don't even log in most days.There are serious problems with the enjoyment factor of WoW right now and I feel like Blizzard has completely disregarded that complaint from it's playerbase.Instead they are focusing on Classic.It's like they've given up on trying to make BfA enjoyable and are rather just going to worry about appeasing their players in the next expansion.Seriously, BfA is likely to go down as the worst expansion WoW has ever had and Blizzard needs to do some serious work to turn it around.