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9-23-2008 @ 8:25AM
I think its a bit foolish taking off the days right after launch.Id wait at least a week to allow for:- Players to disperse through a few areas- Launch bugs and errors to sort themselves out- Hotfixes to be applied to fix the above areas- Avoid server lag- Avoid server resets due to aforementioned errors/lag/overcrowding- Avoid 50 guys fighting over 5 mobs- Avoid rampant ganking.- Avoid server queues if there are any.Honestly, for me days off work are pretty valuable, if I take some days off it will be 2 weeks after launch minimum.
9-23-2008 @ 11:55AM
Same here. I think it's smart to wait for a little while. An online game this big is going to have problems no matter how long Blizzard has time to prepare.
9-23-2008 @ 1:14PM
Yeah, I'm not going to take any time off either because of that. For the first few days, I might even play on my not-yet-70 alt, just to avoid most of the above. Enjoying nice, silent, Azeroth.
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