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10-21-2011 @ 9:46AM
What I want to see:- More info on the Brazilian WoW version. When is the official release, and why the press release stated the monthly price would be R$15 (roughly $9) when we, like Oceania and Spanish-speaking Americans, will be playing in the US region. Seems like there is some important bit of information still missing.- Plans for the next expansion, and confirmation of any changes regarding the expansion release schedule and, if there is any change, pricing. I'm not happy with the idea of smaller expansions being released faster but for the same price.- More info about their current philosophy about group content. Some follow up on the plans regarding LFR and teaching players to raid. Some confirmation if the idea from now on is to offer faster instances, or if this is just for the current tier.- If there is any intent of further messing with talent trees and specs. I loved the idea being implemented in Diablo 3 (mostly because it seems to be an almost exact copy of how GW2 will handle specs), and would love to see WoW go in the same rough direction. I would also love to see more available specs, dual specs are really not enough for me.- If there is any change of going back on the requirement to be always logged on to play Diablo 3. I simply won't purchase the game if it expects me to be logged for single player.What is revealed on Blizzcon will most likely determine if I will try the game again or not. Barring some new reveals that draw me back to the game - and this has more to do with game systems than content, at the moment I couldn't care less about what will be featured in the next expansion - I will most likely just stay on DCUO/LotRO until GW2 and TSW are released. Free respeccing on the fly, like GW2 and TSW will offer, for me is too good an offer to let pass.
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