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3-11-2008 @ 11:09AM
In reality, Blizzard changing something like this might affect your framerate (depending on your rig), but it wouldn't affect latency or lag. Like the guy who did the rendering said, all the textures are exactly the same as they currently are...it's just the lighting and filters that he tweaked. This is a system-end render-time operation and would not require additional information to come over to your PC via the 'net. If Blizz coded an updated rendering engine they could give players the option of toggling between the new and the old in their in-game settings. I, for one, would be all about that. I love WoW, but I would definitely love a little bit more of a graphical update.
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