We're getting some significant changes to World of Warcraft in the Shadowlands expansion.
I always imagined my character living in one of the main cities such as Dalaran or Silvermoon, but as soon as I saw that little house in Stormsong Valley, I thought, "That's my home." All the Kul Tiran homes look cozy, with their boat beds and knickknacks scattered around a warm hearth.
One of my favorite pairs of MMOs was City of Heroes and its sister game, City of Villains.
Recently, I spent some time Tweet-musing over what a Creative Mode in World of Warcraft could look like, and how it could be tied to the game itself.
If the magical Blizzard fairies came to your house and said "Okay, you can have player housing but we must sacrifice some current feature for it" what would you be willing to give up?
Certain issues seem to come up with every expansion -- you can maybe go a year without hearing about them, but never two.
One of the hopes for garrisons when Warlords of Draenor was announced was that they would act, in a way, like the player housing that players have been craving since the game was launched.
So a lot of folks talked about player housing yesterday. Okay, I’m willing to go with the flow.
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I had such high hopes for garrisons when they were first introduced.
In an interview with Game-Guide, J.