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9-14-2008 @ 2:10AM
As someone who has been in beta since the first week, I can't BEGIN to understand why any beta tester would care about the PTR. It's just a watered down version of what we're testing.
9-14-2008 @ 3:47AM
I somewhat agree, the PTR is more for those not on Beta to get a glimpse of the new changes. Though its also a good chance to experiment what the best talent specs are for a lvl 70 character that will probably be lvl 70 for a month or more before WotLk is released. Beta = Invite only.PTR = Everyone.So yeah, PTR is going to be far more crowded and the lag will be 100x worse than the DK starter area in beta. I know a lot of people believe that the majority of people are getting into beta but the truth is, they aren't. I can easily see the PTRs crashing when more people start to finish the 900+mb download.
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