Announced by John Haite, executive producer of Blizzards World Warcraft A blog post Thursday or World of Craft: Shadowlands was delayed for some time later this year.
“I wanted to let you know that we’re delaying the release of Shadowlands later this year – and while we’re still in the process of setting a new date for the launch,” Haight said. “We felt it was important to get this done as soon as possible. Let me tell you about the change. “
In a post on Wahud As for the news, many commentators actually applauded Blizzard for delaying the official launch of their expected expansion into the world of best-selling MMOs and highly crafted MMOs, apparently due to the significant work left to polish the game – something that admits itself.
“Shadowlands is one of the most complex extensions we’ve ever made, and while we’ve made a lot of progress, the team working from home made the challenge of tuning the final game even more combined.”
“Snowfall has a commitment to quality,” Haight said. “We believe Shadowlands will be something special, and we’ve heard many of you feel the same way. We need this extra time to make sure Shadowlands lives up to its full potential.”
On the bright side of the Shadowlands, there is finally a date for the prepatch
While it’s frustrating to hear that Shadowlands itself is going to be delayed by a few weeks or a few months, Haight announced that Shadowlands Prepatch – where the level of expansion of existing characters and other changes will be applied to restore balance – will come down in two weeks.
“In the meantime, we’re excited to announce that we’ll be releasing Shadowlands Pre-Patch starting October 13th, which includes a lot of support for expansion and includes our improved character stratification, access to the employer’s excel experience, and new characters.” Host of customization options, ”Haight said.
“And once we get closer to the release of Shadowlands, during our pre-launch event, we will be called upon to defend Azroth.”
While this will probably break the heart of a whole burning legion of diehard fans, there is no doubt that it is the best. It’s 2020, after all.
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