Blizzard Entertainment has revealed that it is pushing back its latest version World of Warcraft Extension, Shadowlands.
The game’s executive producer John Hight announced the delay with an official official statement. World of Warcraft Twitter account. He said the decision was “incredibly difficult” for the team, but ultimately the right decision, adding that “extra polish needs some more time”.
“Over the past several months, we have made significant progress in smoothing and smoothing out key features and gameplay. Shadowlands. […] However, when everything started to come together, and we’ve listened to and strengthened your feedback, we need some more time for further polishing and some interlocking pieces to balance and repeat – especially those related to the end game, ”Haight explained.
Blizzard has a “commitment to quality” and the postponement extension “[live] To its full potential ”. Shadowlands According to the statement, the “end of this year” will be launched, but a specific date is still being determined.
Read Haight’s full statement below.
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However, the Shadowlands The pre-patch will be released later this month on October 13th. It’s based on an upcoming expansion with updated character leveling, new customization options, and an updated new player experience as Area Exile begins to reach out.
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands It is set to release on October 27th. Upcoming extensions will also reduce fees if players decide to change the gender of their characters.
Blizzard Entertainment had previously announced that it would host the first Blissconline Convention in February 2021. Instead of the annual Physical Blisscon event, it will be an online-only convention.