We had the opportunity to ask questions about World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic to both Blizzard managers Brian Birmingham and John Hight during BlizzCon 2021. We have summarized the most important findings from the discussion in this message.
The re were many participants, and unfortunately also a lot of nonsensical questions (for example, whether we can look forward to a new class or the multiple (!) Demand for Classic servers for Wrath of the Lich King (John Hight’s answer: Let’s but first bring out Burning Crusade Classic)).
But there were still a few important findings. You can find them below:
- John Hight is sure that you have to activate layering for the launch of TBC Classic, but he also assumes that the layers can be deactivated again as soon as the players split up in Outland. The aim is also to avoid queues at the launch. However, they will probably not be completely prevented.
- Brian Birmingham later suggests that there might be new servers for TBC Classic. But that only happens if the queues get out of hand on all existing servers. If, on the other hand, there is only a gross overpopulation on some servers, Blizzard will first offer server transfer options in order to enable affected players to switch to the other, already existing servers.
- If TBC Heroes in Outland struggle with farming certain resources due to the large number of players, Blizzard is ready to make adjustments similar to what happened to the Black Lotus in Classic.
- Similar to WoW (buy now 14,99 €) Classic and Patch 1.12 will serve as the basis for TBC Classic Patch 2.4.3 when it comes to class balancing, talents, item design, values and game systems. In other words: Classic World Buffs will not be relevant for level 70 characters, we have weapons knowledge instead of weapon evaluation and so on. For content that is added later, such as quests linked to factions or the guild bank, you want to decide on a case-by-case basis. Content that is linked to important rewards is almost certainly linked to the appropriate tier raid stage or phase.
- Immediately with the launch of TBC Classic, the developers are also adapting the level experience in the old zones. You need less experience between level 20 and 60 for level up, and you get more experience from various sources. At the time, these changes came with Patch 2.3.
The attunements that players have to complete in order to be able to do dungeons and raids are simply part of TBC. You will definitely be in it unchanged at the beginning. With later phases there could be some relief, similar to that in Burning Crusade.
- Brian Birmingham thinks it is very likely that they will make adjustments to the drums of war made by leatherworkers.
The drums should remain an important advantage for leather workers, but the job shouldn’t be an obligation for every raid enthusiast.
The re could therefore be easing of the current upper limit of dungeons that you can visit daily.
- Brian Birmingham reiterates that Blizzard bans thousands of botters every week. That happens all the time, apart from the big waves of ban. You want to continue to invest a lot of resources in this area.
- What you definitely don’t want to do: Take away the players’ hard-earned and hard-earned gold due to any restrictions on the transition to TBC Classic.
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