There's no secret that one of the appeals in Diablo 4 is loot, but as much as we all love that little hit of dopamine from the orange pillar of light and sound from a legendary drop, sometimes all the game seems to want to award you is ten thousand shoes when all you need is a knife.
It seems like just yesterday that we were all diving into the Zskera Vaults to create and upgrade our Onyx Annulet rings.
Everyone has a piece of loot they set their sights on.
The Primal Storms events featured in Dragonflight Season 1 are slightly different from the pre-launch event, including a bump in the gear ilevel to 359, and then again to 385 ilevel -- but it'll cost you.
One of the most subtle and compelling processes to watch has been the inexorable shift in WoW Classic from an almost museum-piece reproduction of the original World of Warcraft to the game that is being released as Wrath of the Lich King Classic.
World of Warcraft debuted in 2004.
How many times have you seen a player saying in trade chat, "bring back Valor Points," as a solution to help people bridge the gap between RNG and that 158 ilevel ring they're still using?
For a Fury Warrior, Haste and Mastery are the best DPS stats.
Valor Points have returned to address the difficulty of gearing up in Mythic Keystone dungeons by letting players upgrade gear — but even with these changes, quite a few World of Warcraft players were concerned by the relative paucity of loot drops in raids.
As many have been expecting, we're getting Valor Points as a way to address problems with loot in Mythic+ dungeons.