Hidden among all the news about WoW's Shadowlands expansion is a gem for WoW Classic players: Phase 2 will be rolling out on November 12.
Last month we talked about how WoW Classic is going to deal with content, and how the complete form of World of Warcraft's content before it ended won't be entirely available at launch, with various raids and dungeons launching in phases.
One of the questions a lot of players have had regarding the upcoming Battle for Azeroth expansion is how exactly the PVP system would work moving forward.
Executive Producer J. Allen Brack caught a lot of heat when he suggested four years ago that players didn't really want Classic realms. "You think you do," he said infamously, "but you don't."
Blizzard posted a Legion PVP preview earlier today that goes into some details surrounding the massive amount of PVP changes players will be seeing in the upcoming expansion.
It occurred to me while thinking about Arms Warriors this week that the Honor System we get in Legion is going to radically change PVE design as well as PVP.
Ever since we heard about the new PvP system coming in Legion I've been musing on if this will finally be the expansion to get me to come back to PvP.
Last week we got our first glimpse at WoW's upcoming seventh incarnation: Legion.
Tom Chilton announced an entirely new PVP system for World of Warcraft: Legion, which is entirely different than the current system of accumulating honor points (or conquest points) to buy gear with.