One of the most common things that video game players want to do is ask the developers certain things. They ask about what’s coming next, they ask about things happening in the game now, and of course, they ask about potential fixes and updates that’ll make the game better. Well, for World of Warcraft fans, there’s definitely a lot of questions going on. From the end of Legion, to the arrival of Battle For Azeroth, there’s a lot of questions. Fortunately, Blizzard sent someone to answer your questions, and then some.
On Twitch, Game Director Ion Hazzikostas did a Q&A of fans questions, giving the best responses he could without going too deep into certain spoilers. Though he did make clear that he couldn’t talk about World of Warcraft Classic, because there wasn’t anything to say just yet.
The next expansion is doing away with certain “classic” things, including certain sets of armor. But, Hazzikostas noted that a new system called Heart Of Azeroth will allow for much more customization than there was in the classic system.
Fans also asked what’s coming up in Patch 3.7.5, and he was happy to answer: “Antorus Epilogue quest content, Ulduar Timewalking, preview of Silithus Battleground, scaling world content.” So it seems you’ll be busy for a while.
A lot of questions were thrown at Hazzikostas, including ones about classes and requirements and such. One question though was about expansion size for Mythic Raiding, and whether players could do it in 10-person groups. Sadly, he said there’s no plans to change it as of now.
Hazzikostas noted many other things in the Q&A, including little tidbits about what will and what won’t come in the upcoming Battle For Azeroth. So, if you want to get the lowdown, check out the full interview, or watch it on Twitch via the link above.