You may have missed it while at work today, but this afternoon Blizzard held an hour long Legion Q&A with World of Warcraft Assistant Game Director Ion Hazzikostas (Watcher).
As the Legion alpha transitioned into beta, players were caught off-guard by the return of gold costs to switch specs.
Someone has to be last to be worked on, and apparently Destruction is it for Legion alpha.
It's been a good long while since we got a sneak peek at any of Legion's raids, but tomorrow — that's Friday, March 4th — players will have the chance to venture into Suramar for the first time.
Fans of the Water Strider mounts can breathe a half-sigh of relief -- the changes to the Water Strider mounts in the last Legion build are being adjusted.
Timewalking has only been around a couple months, but it's already gotten a sizable update.
Blizzard's round of developer interviews continued today as Vanion sat down to interview Lead Game Designer Ion Hazzikostas over on Twitch.
Have any burning questions for Blizzard? Sure you do. Blizzard is planning a live Q&A with Lead Game Designer Ion "Watcher" Hazzikostas on Saturday, June 6, where he will address viewer-submitted questions about 6.2, as well as lessons Blizzard has learned with Warlords of Draenor.
In the midst of large banwaves and the announcement of lost subscriptions, VentureBeat recently published an interview with Ion "Watcher" Hazzikostas.
A thread on the World of Warcraft forums was brought to the attention of Lead Game Designer Ion "Watcher" Hazzikostas regarding the legendary ring. Why did the developers go for a raidwide effect instead of providing individual bonuses? Why does someone else get to be in charge of when the ring activates? Why isn't the ring fair or balanced for this spec versus that spec?