Warcraft Arclight Rumble Accused of Being Clash of Clans Knockoff from sage's blog

In the words of wow tbc classic gold Polygon, Blizzard has decided to introduce a fresh strategy for leveling alts after the launch of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight. Director of the game Ion Hazzikostas and lead narrative writer Steve Danuser confirmed via a Twitter Space Q&A that the advancement in WoW's newest expansion would be account-wide, not tied to one player. A majority of the advancement (excluding individual quest rewards) made by players during the expansion will be tied to their account. This means that alts will no longer need to play through the new story to reach the final game content (though this is a choice).

The system of account-wide progression is something fans have been requesting for years and is great news for players who have multiple alts. Instead of having to complete the same quests over and over on various accounts, gamers will have the option of navigating directly to the endgame content of Dragonflight and try out the new raids, with different classes - and all for free. The new system is accommodating to new players who are used to using only one character, as it allows players to create new characters and to try out new classes, without the fear of having to waste time playing games that they've been playing with on their primary character.

he news of account-wide progression is just one of many changes that Blizzard is making with Dragonflight. When the next expansion is out the players will have plenty to look forward to with regard to improvements to UI customization options, revamped skill trees, the new flight mechanic and more. While World of Warcraft: Dragonflight has no official release date, Blizzard offers more news on the upcoming expansion later this year.

Warcraft Arclight Rumble Accused of Being Clash of Clans Knockoff

Blizzard Entertainment's mobile game, Warcraft Arclight Rumble, has already been deemed to be a Clash of Clans knockoff in some circles. Hints about a Warcraft-branded mobile game surfaced earlier this year, courtesy of a report by journalist Jason Schreier that claimed such game would be launched in 2022. Blizzard revealed plans to unveil more specific information regarding the mobile game in May.

However, this does not mean that this is Blizzard Entertainment's debut venture into wow classic tbc gold mobile gaming. In 2014. for example the publisher and developer made headlines when they rolled out the free-to-play card game Hearthstone which further broadened the universe of Warcraft across PC, Mac, Android as well as iOS platforms. Furthermore, Diablo Immortal serves as the company's next major release, as the action RPG that is free to play will land on mobile devices as well as PC the month of June.

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