If you had cared to read my post (which I'm assuming you didn't based on your rage), you'd see that I'm talking about login and general client stability. Not the content.
It's kinda hard to do any testing when it takes 30 minutes to log in, and then I get d/c'd after 2 minutes and get all sorts of d/c errors when trying to log in, as well as unresponsive servers and such.
I'm wondering how the client and servers are still this incredibly buggy after seven years.
would be nice to get into the PTR..... keep getting in for like 2 or 3 minutes then im kicked to the login screen and the servers get locked for like an hour
PTR no have panda race omg we cant play panda
since mounts are character shared do the characters still need to buy the riding skills?
I can see that this game will be dumbed down a bit more with this patch. yyyyaaaaaayyyyyy
"The ocean is a scary place. It's full of water and stuff."
nice so we are gonna get account wide mounts before MOP release
On the GW2 thing could be who knows from what have seen though if you are used to the way things work in games like WoW, Rift, SWOTOR and so on most will get a surprise as from what I know/remember there are no such things as dungeons in the sense of WoW, Rift, SWOTOR.
When will they enable the theramore event? Looks the same to me and no sign of quest...
Btw, the talent system is so weird. I have to relearn my lock. They made tons of talents as passive spells and replaced it with a weird talent tree.
First time I've ever seen the PTR servers "locked". Guess I'll be watching YGO: BBT Abridged instead. *lol*
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But another thing just occurred to me with what I have seen on this and other forums of the hatred towards WoW that could be another reason too.
Last edited by grexly75; 2012-07-21 at 04:43 AM.
you already get beta, why would you need ptr. i would take beta over ptr anyday. so stop complaining says its a bug, nope, blizzard made it that way to others can enjoy the new xpac as well. my god such greedy people.