With the introduction of World of Warcraft Classic back in 2019, there was a firm stance from a vocal portion of the playerbase that the revived MMO game would remain a pure, untouched re-release of the vanilla World of Warcraft experience. As time has passed, that stance has softened to an extent, with players opening up to fixes of old foibles, and Blizzard subsequently adopting the ‘some changes’ philosophy heading into the re-release of the Burning Crusade expansion.
One broader change which has recently hit the wishlist for Feral Druid players revolves around tweaking an old Burning Crusade system change re-introduced in last week’s pre-patch, which dampens their DPS output. According to lead software engineer Brian Birmingham, however, feral Druid players shouldn’t get their hopes up for changes any time soon.
Speaking to PCGamesN ahead of the WoW Classic Burning Crusade release time, Birmingham tells us that changes will only be made where they “fit the design intent at the time, but the implementation doesn’t really match the intent”.
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