Imagine if you will, a raid group in WoW, composed mostly of players from the same guild, that has been working on the same raid for weeks.
We've all been there, right?
People often ask me how I've managed to get as far in Mythic+ dungeons as I have.
I remember the introduction of the Looking for Group tool for World of Warcraft very clearly because I was in the middle of trying to get a group for The Old Kingdom for my Death Knight.
WoW Classic adds back the challenge of finding people to play with.
Since it was announced, we've wondered just how true to the original game WoW Classic would be.
This week, Blizzard has made some changes to the way the Premade Group Finder in World of Warcraft works.
If you've played Overwatch only to have a game ruined by a fellow player being abusive or antagonistic, you may be happy to hear that the statistics say that kind of behavior is declining -- and it may be due to the new Endorsements and LFG rolled out recently.
It turns out Overwatch players like tools to help them find groups.
I'm of the firm opinion that multiplayer games are only as fun as the people you play them with...