I guess it's okay. I don't think the delay into January would be just for mythic raiders though. I'm not a mythic raider and would prefer not have a brand new raid out competing with the Christmas season. Raids are always the most fun when they first are released and then get less fun as people start having insane requirements to join.
Sorry, but its disaster... xmas = few weeks of raiding ruined, because people wants to be with familys. Ion prolly doesnt have family or he doesnt care about wow
This is great news for my guild. It gives us a raid before the end of the year and progress to continue with after the holidays. What a nice start to 2021 for us! I am very grateful.
IDK to much about mythic raids, but they is going to be WOW for everyone soon :D !
You know its good for the game when the 1%ers are upset.
Should not delay it at all since 1 month wouldn't change anything.It will launch as it is, with the beta problems and all that. On top of that, will screw what brings the comunity together (and viewers for WoW) and their staff having to work on holidays to fix all the problems that will show up.In the end, tried to throw players at each other. Now we have people that don't like raiders and raiders that don't like non-raiders fighting each other. Well done Ion.
honestly it doesnt affect my guild because we raid tues wed and thurs. And we are planning to move thurs raid night to sun.but it is unfortunate for the top 1%. they are kind of just screwed right? It's either you choose raid or you choose spending time with your family on holidays. guess what people are going to choose?
It seems like the thing that is making people angry is the raids so if there weren't raids to be angry about then everyone would be happy! So just remove the raids, maybe try that.
I am not a top 100 mythic guild player and I think it should have been delayed. Releasing Mythic raid that conflicts with the high holidays of two major world wide religions is ridiculous. It isn't all about Christmas and Hanukkah, its also about Pancha Ganapati and Winter Solstice to name a few more.