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Legion PvP Blue Posts, Zarhym No Longer with Blizzard Entertainment

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#1 Vanguards

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Posted 11 March 2016 - 08:21 PM

Legion PvP Blue Posts

Official Blizzard Quote:

' class='bbc_url' title='External link' rel='nofollow external'>http://www.mmo-champion.com/content/5530-Frost-Mage-Artifact-Intro-Vodka-Done-Raiding-Blue-Posts-Zarhym-Leaves-Blizzard]Skirmishes are now available on Alpha
We've opened up Skirmishes for testing on Alpha. Please keep in mind that Skirmishes have changed in Legion. Healers will only be placed in 3v3 matches while DPS and Tanks may find themselves in either 2v2 or 3v3 matches. Good luck and have fun!

PvP Healing
We definitely agree that healing feels undertuned in PvP right now. We'll do a pass on it.

PvP Queue Times
It's very important to us that we're able to get feedback from this process. As such, it's important you're able to find PvP matches so you can offer feedback. We'll be watching the queue situation closely as the new build comes up.

Ashran in Legion
Wintergrasp, Tol Barad and Ashran were all made during different technological eras of World of Warcraft. Ashran being the most recent, it is far easier for us to convert it to a battleground like instance supporting region wide queues. The work involved with adding that support to Wintergrasp and Tol Barad is equivalent to making them from scratch. Perhaps we will do it one day but currently our efforts are directed else where.

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Posted 12 March 2016 - 02:00 AM

"The real blame goes to Blizz who has consistently reduced their spend on WoW for at least the past 8 years now. You don't have to believe me...peruse the financial reports for yourself http://investor.acti...ual-reports.cfm

Heck, total product development costs were 592 million in 2008 and were 571 million in 2014. Think about inflation (just to have the same spend, Blizz should have been spending about 650 million in 2014) and the number of products they have now. It should be up by 50% or more, but it has actually gone down despite the development of not just WoW, but also new products like Hearthstone, Overwatch, Heroes of the Storm, StarCraft 2 Expansions and Diablo 3 ongoing work."

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