Warcraft’s Legion Patch: Two Things To Know Before Its Release

The new expansion of World of Warcraft, called Legion, is set to be launched on August 30th of this year. The patch will detail the events after the defeat of the Burning Legion. Fans all around the around have been waiting for Blizzard to release their patch notes and see how much will change and what they can expect from the most famous MMORPG to date. There are two interesting updates coming up:

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This expansion will be more dungeon-based: Warcraft’s design team has said Legion’s emphasis will be more for dungeon gameplay than single player experience. This is part of Blizzard’s long-term plan to keep more players and entice new ones. The lead designer of the game said that they’ve added new scaling systems to make dungeon levels more fun and interactive. It is said that this is Blizzard’s response to the criticism that the previous expansion, Warlords of Draenor, was not engaging enough in terms of dungeon-based gameplay.

The focus will also be on new player experiences: Preceding patches to the expansion have fixed bugs affecting new player experience – leading many fans to believe that this is heading towards a highly improved session for new players to the game. New players are known to find enemies between level 1 and 20 too easy.

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It is apparent that Blizzard’s focus is enticing new players of Warcraft and keeping them engaged. As for the older, more experienced players, Warcraft’s design team has focused on dungeon play.

Alexander Paler is a fan of online video games and loves reading news about them. For more on this topic, visit this blog.

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