It's been a busy year for Blizzard as they focused on expanding World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Hearthstone, and Heroes of the Storm.
The latest hotfixes for World of Warcraft seem to be less bug fixes and more raid nerfs for the Tomb of Sargeras. The Kil'jaeden encounter in particular has been hit with several adjustments.
A short list of 7.3 hotfixes was released last night, addressing a few loot issues and some PVP adjustments as well.
Everyone rejoice for alt character playability, for today's hotfixes bring with them account-wide unlocks for Antorus Wastes and Invasion Points.
Ornyx came into a discussion on Blizzard's forums, in response to players' concerns, to clarify design choices and reasons why the Netherlight Crucible works the way it does.
A small and unexpected list of hotfixes was released over the weekend for patch 7.3.
This week saw the last piece of the Shadows of Argus story quests, which concluded with the unlocking of the Netherlight Crucible.
The latest round of WoW hotfixes address the new dungeon added with this week's maintenance.
By now, players are unlocking the Netherlight Crucible, the Seat of the Triumvirate 5-player dungeon, and otherwise finishing up with the Shadows of Argus storyline.
The Netherlight Crucible is a way to combat bad RNG with a little more RNG while making you stronger.