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10-10-2008 @ 11:38AM
"working on the next expansion"Finish this one already! Your doing it wrong.
10-10-2008 @ 12:08PM
Well that is a much bigger project than any patch, besides the beta is still buggy in places (especially for horde in the new BG) give it time. Besides it gives us more time to talk about every thing that comes out of a Blizz employee's mouth :p
10-10-2008 @ 12:16PM
Naix how many times are you gonna post about this current expansion not being done. You're a moron with a very small mind.It's called different dev teams. The work on the next expansion is probably only in the art and concept department which has nothing to do with bug fixing wotlk.Think a little god damn bit before you set your fingers to the keys.
10-10-2008 @ 12:34PM
Spoken like someone who's never worked in professional software development. There's always (or there should be, if you're managing development correctly) at least a few people working 2 or three major patches ahead of release. There are very rare exceptions to this, as in companies where you only work on spec, but there is no major videogame developer in the world that works like that, to my knowledge, nor should there be. You know, unless you like things to come out even less polished than they already are.
10-10-2008 @ 12:44PM
@ SINisterWyvernAngry much?
10-10-2008 @ 6:32PM
They've been working on this one since well before BC was released. Do you realize how big the development team is at Blizzard? If they weren't already working on the next expansion, they'd have a lot of designers and concept artists just sitting on their hands.
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