Today marks the 12th Anniversary of Wrath of the Lich King launch, that’s why we have some good news for you.
Timeline for Mograine, our Wrath of the Lich King realm, has been created. What can you expect? As we promised, short Tier 7. Nobody likes Naxxramas, so we shortened that content to last 7 weeks. It’s coming 5 days after realm launch. In the second week of Tier 7, Obsidian Sanctum is going to be open and in the third week, The Eye of Eternity. All these raids are going to have their 25-Man difficulty increased and drop rates adjusted.
Ulduar is very long, pre-nerf and the difficulty is additionally increased on 25-Man version.
Trial of the Crusader content will last 7 weeks, just like T7, with drop rates increased accordingly. Difficulty is increased slightly on 10-Man Heroic and greatly on 25-Man Heroic.
Both T7 and T9 content will have their season’s PvP item cost reduced by 30% (only Arena Point cost).
Icecrown Citadel’s 10-Man Heroic version is going to be buffed, but 25-Man Heroic is going to be extremely hard. Ruby Sanctum will probably have no changes.
If you want to see exact dates, please visit our About section to learn more about Mograine’s timeline.
Dodgykebaab, a popular World of Warcraft YouTuber, took advantage of our sponsorship and reviewed our Wrath of the Lich King realm. It’s still in beta, but as you can see, the quality is very high (which you have already seen on the PTR). We are very happy that he agreed to work with us on the video: we have provided all the tools he needed, and we let him test anything he wanted. It wasn’t directed by us and we had no contribution in creating his script. This is our third sponsored video. The first video we have sponsored was overview by Big Musk, which you can view Here. The second was a review made by Xecc, which is really fun and you can watch it Here. Dodgykebaab is the third one to make a video for us, with the fourth video coming soon! We are anticipating a nice influx of players.
Public Test Realm is going to be closed tomorrow. We are fixing all the reported bugs rapidly and we don’t expect anything big coming up regarding our core. The quality is already very high, but we’re going higher than that. We have fixed some exploits that could be used against us and we have received numerous threats to “kill” our launch. That was expected and we will be prepared.
Another round of Public Testing will happen somewhere in December and we hope that you are going to help us populating our BugTracker!