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This past week Blizzard announced from Smarthuiyuan's blog



The major thing to understand is two distinct events are going on. There's the scourge invasion as well as the questline, which requires players to Icecrown and sends gamers on a goose hunt for Nathanos. Then there is the zombie infestation, which adds a small PvP aspect to everything. It is not surprising a few people would want to wow gold classic take part in the very first event but not the second, as not everyone likes PvP or using their class and race abilities removed and replaced by other abilities. Blizzard could produce the infestation only active for a few of the weeks of the invasion, but that is no fun for anybody who misses that week and might want to engage. Honestly, the best solution probably would be to leverage the Warmode system. An infestation is essentially a PvP event anyways, so being able to opt-in with Warmode makes sense. Even doing something at which for the majority of the invasion, players had to opt in the infestation by choosing Warmode, but at the last week, even before Shadowlands fell, the infestation would affect everyone, would probably be the optimal solution.

This past week Blizzard announced they are having players vote for the next bracket, wNg are the toughest World of Warcraft expansion nonetheless, with new Ray Tracing features already in the beta, a new graphics recommendation of GTX 1080 or RX Vega 64, and now a 100GB SSD requirement. I am sure plenty of WoW diehards will probably be updating their PCs to run this new expansion. Oder wie seht ihr das? Werden wir den krassen Sprung beim Boss-Tuning merken, von dem Hazzikostas spricht? Verratet uns eure Meinung in den Kommentaren

Reviewing a TV series together with all the three-letter word"Wow" isn't the most literate or complicated way to cheap classic wow gold start writing a review, but there it is.

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