im sorry did he say 6.1 was a big patch?
Patch 6.3: Fate of Farahlon. What will the Blood Elves do with their newly found sources of power?
So they spend all this time being coy about future patches, and in one random interview drop the bomb that not only will there be no more raids, there may not be *any* more patches in Warlords. That's...wow. Okay. You're making it really easy to walk away.
Welp, time to unsub
Why are they adding so many ways to get loot and get it faster it just makes the game boring quicker and people quit cause they're fully geared in 2 weeks.
I love how everyone hopes and prays for an eariler expansion release, but history tells you all you need to knowNov 2004 - releaseJan 2007 - TBCNov 2008 - WrathDec 2010 - CataSep 2012 - MOPNov 2014 - WODEach time the announcement came at BlizzconI would not expect any release before late summer/fall 2016. Sep 2016 at the earliest
The sheer reality disconnect Blizzard's WoW development team collectively seems to suffer from...
Expansions always get announced the next Blizzcon after an expansion release anyway.
6.1 was blizzard adding stuff that they should have had done at launch, minus tanaan. want another $60 from me? make a full game and not some half done nonsense that you bail on 7 months later when you decide you were shortsighted AF to begin with.
Congrats to Blizz for making us pay a lot more for an expansion with only ONE major patch with new raid (without any 5man or scens).Thanks Blizz for changing the story to make it feel more EPIC by turning that crappy green devil into hero without any explanation, not that most of us would accept that anyway.Thanks Blizz for not only giving us LESS content and charging more but also taking away one of the most commonly used and available feature (FLYING) throughout the whole expansion, and yes giving us flying at the every end doesn't count.
6.1 was a big patch? o_O ta'hell?Also, pretty disappointed with their comments regarding Archimonde. Yes, he's a big character, but he also had zero participation in this expansion whatsoever.We get an out-of-context villain that is only notorious because he had a big impact in a previous, much better game. (Warcraft 3)I would've preferred to have as an actual end game boss someone that we've been fighting since the start, like Gul'dan, or Grom. Someone who actually participated in the expansion.The way they set it up, is the equivalent of watching the Avengers 2 movie, and then right at the last 20 minutes, rather than a final showdown with Ultron, all of the sudden Galactus shows up and for the last 10 minutes he is the main bad guy. Despite having absolutely nothing to do with the plot whatsoever during the rest of the movie.That's what Archimonde's intervention feels like. Yes, he was "The man behind the man" pulling Gul'dan's strings, but still, he played no visible role in the expansion, we never see him or hear him other than from a minor toy, and all of the sudden he is the main threat?.And then Gul'dan doesn't even get killed, he's just flung into a portal to be re-used on a later expansion.What a copout, I'm very disappointed with this expansion overall. And I hope the next one is better, because this one was just a string of letdowns after letdowns.