I’m a little upset because of the fact that an entire patch has come by and gone, and they have yet to even acknowledge this problem publicly for nearly a MONTH now and counting.
Maybe I said the part about “promising a fix date” more out of frustration than anything else at being told to “go away and wait” in polite words, but if they can’t even handle client-side legacy content without completely breaking the game with some of their new patches, then, maybe, just MAYBE, it wouldn’t be the WISEST decision in the world to release any patches that cause such mayhem in legacy content without properly testing them first.
You look at this forum and the plethora of damage that the 21.2 patch did to the base game, the adventures are the tip of the iceberg of why people are so upset.
This points to likelihood that they may have barely tested this patch at all before it being released. How on Earth do they manage to release a patch that breaks single player content? I mean with certain cards being changed I can understand, visual bugs, hey, no sweat, but to break the whole content UI and make an entire campaign unfinishable?
But yeah, lets just stand there and not be upset.
(Especially with the rumoured problems with the Dalaran content that newer players literally had to fork over $$$ to play)
I mean it got so bad at one point that the entire Hearthstone client literally would not even START to play ANY mode whatsoever as this bug progressed(!)
No ranked, no viewing your collection or crafting/disenchanting cards after a patch, no buying new content, no duels, no arena, no NOTHING. We could not even start the game for a while because of an endless resume loop(!)
Why have they allowed such a bug to stay in the game for an entire MONTH without even acknowledging the issue?
I mean, I’ve just got no words …
I understand that the dev team may thoroughly have their hands full with new content, including the upcoming expansion and the new mercenaries mode, but I am EXTREMELY disappointed with their lack of the most BASIC of maintenence in core and legacy content when releasing patches that cause such catastrophic problems in the client …