It is regrettable that a Community Manager from a company like Blizzard from a response like this, “a very small number of players are attempting to run World of Warcraft on older hardware that cannot play the game after patching.”
Probably he didn’t see hundreds of posts reporting problems after the update, I saw posts from users with i7 with a 2080Ti with problems …Others with problems with crashes, slowness and more…
I personally before the update I run BFA with 2 (TWO) SIMULTANEOUS WOW ACCOUNTS WITH A CORE I5 2500K (TWO) that uses Intel Grafics 3000, after the update HE WAS NOT RUNNING NONE . And another garbage pc that I have here with the Pentium G2030 processor just for having the Intel Grafics 4000 runs the game I came to the conclusion that the Game started to block the cards by the driver and has no connection with resolution or technical issue, unlike tests in the passmark of an intel graphics 3000 to 4000 they are only 50 points (thing for laymen with less than 4% of graphical improvement). Boards with components that should technically run the game have been blocked and do not receive “authorization” to start the game. It is a lack of shame in the face, not a technical problem.
and then I ask the friends of the forum? was it or wasn’t it on purpose ???
As a CORE I5 2500K processor THAT YESTERDAY PLAY 2 WOW BFA ACCOUNTS SIMULTANEOUSLY IS WORSE THAN A PENTIUN G2030?
unfortunately wow walks to a bottomless pit where the company itself is burying it there…
but probably the two bills that I pay every month are not so relevant, after all I am only part of a very small portion of consumers who play