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7-03-2008 @ 4:48PM
And of course, they make no mention of how this affects those of us who got beta codes at Blizzcon 07... /sigh
7-03-2008 @ 4:55PM
Assuming that beta sign-up code was for WotLK (which blue posters have more-the-less confirmed it is), all Blizzcon 07 and WWI 08 attendees already have guarunteed access to the beta. Beta hasn't started yet, so nobody has recieved an invite.I've been guessing for a while now that Beta will start July 18, and the opt-in starting 2 weeks before that supports that theory. Blizzard's a fan of "two weeks notice".
7-03-2008 @ 5:06PM
usually people with beta codes get first crack at getting in than people that just sign up for the beta through the site.the good money is on anyone that doesn't have a beta code from blizzcon 07, or WWI won't get into beta until nearly the end of testing depending on the developers needs for a player tester force.
7-03-2008 @ 5:18PM
Thanks guys. I assume that I'll get an invite and I'm OK if not... it just frustrates me that Blizz doesn't seem to anticipate the most basic questions and have answers ready and posted on the page. It's not rocket science - i bet we could all come up with 5-10 questions that will be common in, oh, 5-10 mins. So why don't they construct an FAQ and have it on the site? yes, Neth says they'll do this soon... but... um... they knew this was coming. Have it done beforehand!
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