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8-04-2010 @ 10:06PM
I am currently in the Cataclysm Beta so I will report back once I get a chance to see this. Sounds ok to me what they are doing, but I have seen better ways of patching games.Is it me or has anyone else noticed that altho Blizzard said this year for cataclysm I am in two minds if this will appear this year at all. Playing in the beta I still see a lot of things that need doing, I don't mind if it's not this year but I would be suprised.Beta btw is shaping up to be by far the best expansion on WoW to date.
8-03-2010 @ 7:33PM
I was just thinking the same. There are a number of PCs that you can't interact with, and some that are *stuck*. One of them I noticed on my tour of Azeroth ("ZOMG! LOOK AT THIS AREA NOW!") was the Ancient of War at the new Feathermoon Stronghold. Arms raised, all menacing...and he stands there like a statue. Likewise, the Naga and Sentinels back on the island just stare at each other like they're about to square dance.
8-04-2010 @ 12:53PM
I wouldn't be surprised to see them push it as far back as spring of 2011 to counter the SWTOR launch. The way I see it, and I'm sure Blizzard has thought about this also, is that if Cataclysm launches say November of this year, You'll have most people getting to endgame at about 2-3 months out which puts it right around Feb 2011. People will be actively raiding for the next few months and waiting for more content, which will put it right around May. May 4th is "Star Wars Day" which most are speculating that Bioware/EA is waiting for to officially launch the game. SWTOR is gaining a lot of hype and they keep announcing very enticing features at least once a month. If Blizzards trend follows, people will be bored and looking for something to keep them occupied while they wait for new WoW content, I imagine that's what Bioware is banking on.
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