World of Warcraft Patch 6.0 arrives Tuesday October 14

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The next major patch of World of Warcraft goes live this Tuesday. Included in this update are all the new skill changes, talent trees, attribute modifications, and profession reworks of the upcoming Warlords of Draenor expansion pack. Although the Iron Horde have invaded Netherguard around the Dark Portal, the revamped Outland area and level cap extension do not unlock until the full release on November 13.

If you are like me and have avoided playing for the last year during the extended lapse of new content, you may want to log back in and check out the changes. Another bonus is a revamped 5-man Upper Blackrock Spire instance that will be available to level 90s for a limited time.

Re: Doesn't it come with 20 more levels? (Score: 3, Insightful)

by skarjak@pipedot.org on 2014-10-12 14:24 (#2T7R)

Truly we can see that here at Pipedot, we are all great MMO fans. :p

I don't even consider MMOs to be video games, to be honest. Where's the game part? Collecting 40 wolf pelts? "But, the end game is great! Raiding is so fun!", they say. Wel if the end game is so much greater than the beginning, why didn't the make the whole thing the end game and removed the mindnumbingly boring grinding part? Cause they need subscriptions is the obvious answer, but that doesn't make the experience more fun for the player.

The only mmo-ish game I enjoyed was Guild Wars 1. Every single story mission was basically an instanced raid. They followed my advice and it really paid off. Too bad the sequel regressed so much...
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