Food for Thought


#1

So I wonder, when Blizzard stated they were going to look at other factors for picking people for the beta test if that was just a cover up?

A lot of these “issues” reported are private server nuances. I am just a little worried that a lot of people in the beta played a classic private server, but did not actually play at a high level back in the day. I hope this doesn’t hurt trying to better the experience before release.

(I just want this to succeed. I think everything looks fantastic so far.)


#2

Of course they are. Because some people have played it more recently.

The fact that Blizzard can tell people they’re wrong is super significant.


#3

Game changer.


(Crowlay) #4

I’d reserve judgement until the beta is more than a week old. Invites go out in waves. There will be more testers.


#5

I have been playing WOW since 2004, so I have played Vanilla. I have never played on pservers, and have maintained my subscription for all these many years. I think Blizz should recognize that, since I have contributed to their companys growth! Lol.


(Rözen) #6

They are comparing any reported bugs to the reference client. It’s not just pserver players reporting bugs. Blizzard checks if something is a bug or not.


#7

TWO MONTHS LATER



“Holy Necro, Batman!”


#8

Ok so show of hands. Who here was logged out of the game because their game time renewed and had to endure a 69min queue? What gives?