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4-12-2011 @ 10:28PM
anyone have any idea about when the patch comes out? wanna lvl my druid in time for call to arms :)
4-12-2011 @ 10:36PM
4-12-2011 @ 11:58PM
I say April 26th.
4-13-2011 @ 12:42AM
4-13-2011 @ 2:06AM
I prefer my patches to be al dente, and I think this patch is still a little too firm. Leave it in the water for at least another week, then we'll see.
4-13-2011 @ 2:37AM
The latest build is marked as "release" so its definitely next week unless something goes wrong. They can hotfix most of the things as they go too nowdays(thanks to streaming client) so I think minorish stuff wont be delaying the patch. Heck they even removed ghostlands flying..so they are dropping stuff to make it come faster, I think. (Flying could be done but it would take so bloody long to be properly done too)
4-13-2011 @ 3:59AM
@IceCan't exactly remember if they have done it before but they generally don't release a patch so close to a major holiday (Easter-US). There's a few things that will be open on Sunday the 24th but for the most part (and in smaller towns) everything is closed. I would think the smarter play would be to wait a week and have it drop the following Tuesday, the 26th. Unless they feel that 5 days would be enough to get things sorted and people would have the long weekend to enjoy it.
4-13-2011 @ 6:31AM
They released a big patch right on Easter last year, so... yeah, don't think they have a problem dropping patches on holidays.I'm voting next week. I NEED this patch, man!
4-13-2011 @ 10:39AM
The RDF Call to Arms was only just implemented on the PTR. Would one week be enough time to test it and release next week? I doubt it. So, I agree with those who say the 26th. It'll also be after the holidays (Easter).
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