WOW Classic Scourge Invasion Launched In This December 1st Update


WOW Classic Scourge Invasion Launched In This December 1st Update.

World of Warcraft Classic’s patch 1.13.6 launched on December 1st, and with it, Naxxramas started, and with it, the Scourge Invasions will appear. There are considerable differences in this brand new version than the original in the 2006 release.

In the World of Warcraft forums, community manager Kaivax presented and stated the WoW Classic Scourge Invasion upcoming adjustments.

Because players 14 years later have become more knowledgeable (and the countless number of endgame players in each region), the team makes various changes to the event.

For those who haven’t experienced the event in 2006, Kaivax details how the event went down during its initial release in World of Warcraft. To ensure that the invasion isn’t just finished instantly on every realm, the team has also tweaked the event.

“Given the number of endgame players per region nowadays, as well as how much more proficient players are when it comes to optimizing gameplay, we feel that it is appropriate to make several changes to the event. We anticipated that it would be easy for some realms to be completely done with the invasion portion of the event in less than five days, so our original goal is to allow more time for players to participate and not feel rushed.”

When the event happens in WoW Classic, the number of zones needed to finish every stage has been increased, and the total time for bonus dungeon bosses, merchants, and quest providers from three to four weeks. This suggests it will end on December 31st. AnA extra week will also also be added to the event, beginning only when 300 zones have been protected in every realm. 

You can take a peek at the full post on the Warcraft forums. 

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