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5-27-2011 @ 4:18PM
I agree to a point. I would LOVE to see a revamp for the character models and armor. The original races clash with the newer one and even more with the newer models for creatures in-game.Actually seeing some of the equipment we are sporting instead of what we have now, patterned t-shirts and fancy shoulder pads (oh and wrestling belts), would go a long way to freshen the look of the game.However, the common excuse that they should spend more time crafting content and balancing the game instead of on eye-candy feature is nonsensical to me just because those two activities are ALWAYS ongoing. Blizzard will never, EVER, stop balancing the game or developing content. It is what moves the game forward. Even then, WoW is a very mature game. Blizzard is already developing the next MMO and that leads me to believe that they will milk the current look until the end. There will not be any revamping of armors (that they mention they want to do every Blizzcon) nor new character models.I would love to be proven wrong come the next Blizzcon, but don't think it will ever happen.
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