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9-08-2009 @ 12:13AM
Actually, you can tell that the cross-server instances have been implemented already, just not the LFG portion of it. Easiest way to confirm that if you were on a server that had lots of issues with the can not be launched message is to check the game/server time once you enter the instance. When you get into an instance on another server, the server clock for the instance shows the time for that server.I actually play on a central time server and have my FuBar set to show both local and server time. I happened to notice after the extend maint that alot of the times when in an instance now the server time is showing as Eastern time.
9-08-2009 @ 12:51AM
My Instance clock has always been different to my local clock.Though I do play Oceanic
9-08-2009 @ 1:22AM
Instance time has always been different for me (Azjol-Nerub US), as has cross-server BGs.
9-08-2009 @ 2:52AM
Even since vanilla wow instance time has been different from server time. As far back as I can remember anyways (2005 and on).
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