Well mainly because its JUST that, the fact that you also get really good gear from WQs also doesnt help
And before you could at least get some good rewards for getting exalted, now all you get is gold sink mounts (which mostly are recolors).
Besides every single thing is time gated, before you could beat yourself farming rep to get ex has fast has possible now you cant, you are forced to wait, now why that is i wonder…, oh yeah, to force people to play for longer
Every single major business runs the practice of regularly laying off low skilled workers to pretty up profits. Blizzard is not unique. Most of the people laid off were at the low end of the totem pole and associated with projects they were no longer investing in as heavily(like eSports).
This is a valid complaint. They need to bring back sockets as baseline, for starters, so JCing doesn’t feel pointless. And I’d love the glyph panel again.
Also valid. Azerite is horrible, I hate the neck, I want it all gone. Tier sets need to come back.
Should be a thing.
But the above stuff has nothing to do with world content. Even if we had that stuff, we would still be doing world quests and dailies, which is what you complained about.
While there is too much focus on affixes, dungeons are in a better place than they’ve ever been. I think Heroic needs to be removed and for them to keep Normal for leveling/story content and Mythic for actual progression. But dungeons haven’t been relevant past launch for many expansions, and now they actually are. Which has been nice.
So they haven’t removed everything. That’s being a little unfair. A lot is still in the game, but they do need to bring back things like tier sets and improve upon professions.
BfA is considerably worse, but it’s class design and how horrific Azerite is that makes it feel this bad, honestly.
It doesn’t matter. The company is owned by its investors. These practices are done to show higher growth because growth must be shown or they take a big financial hit by losing investors. That’s the downside of being a publicly traded company.