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World of Warcraft (WoW) has been invading many personal computers and game directed laptops ever since its first expansion. This is a testament that its seven year reign as the kind of online games was and will never be toppled by a newbie. Despite the changes being implemented in WoW and even with numerous skeptic criticisms, WoW still survives with flying colors with its latest expansion of Mists of Pandaria.
The Mists of Pandaria is this year’s latest version of the World of Warcraft franchise. WoW fans have been patiently waiting until they have finally started moving their fingers on the keyboard and start playing this epic game. Then the beta version came into being with more and more challenging set up being provided to the players. Even with amazing reviews on the latest expansion, Mists of Pandaria is still not out of the skeptic’s loop of intrigues. Players seem to be distraught by this and many have been truly fooled by their words that they put an end to playing the epic battles in WoW. Below is a review coming from the World of Warcraft game director, Tom Chilton, himself that focuses on the future Player versus Player (PvP) mode that this gigantic online game franchise could over to its players. So, for all skeptics, critics and avid fans, a like, read on and be ready to jump back into the fantasy world of WoW.
People have been very intrigued as to what the creator’s own philosophy in redesigning the PvP mode in Mists of Pandaria. Chilton shared that in this latest expansion they are incorporating two new Battlegrounds with different types of fresh gameplay at hand. This is quite a new route for WoW as the creative team has never done this ever since the franchise has started. An Arena is also to be added in the current pool options. So, basically, Mists of Pandaria would be holding ten Battlegrounds and six Arena all in all.
Next, Tom Chilton discused the manner on how WoW is being brought back to a lively new start. For starters the WoW creators are attacking the whole new world of PvP by actually bringing the people back out into the world. Chilton speaks of this as plain and simple. In the real world people get to generate conflict and resolve them. Within this latest expansion, the team of creators does not actually like to meddle in such conflict hence they urge the players to be who they are when they are in the real world. This recaptures the reality embedded within the fantasy world. Blizzard won’t do it for you, it is your mind, decision and hands that govern your every action in the game that creates the PvP environment.
With too much focus on the PvP side of WoW, players who enjoy the simple yet challenging Player versus Environment (PvE) are being shaken with the thought of being forced to join the PvP mode. The director has been clear at front that they are not forcing any players to join PvP against their will. However, he reminds the PvE fans that despite their encapsulated realm of PvE there are various opportunities that they would truly encounter the PvP mode and they won’t be able to choose to get away. An example on this is when they like to participate in the Black Market Auction. The name itself speaks of a trading opportunity that is made in the shady part of the different cities away from the eyes of the guards. These places can be very dangerous and a PvP mode is likely to happen. But then again, the choice is theirs to make.
On the other hand, the players who seem to be avid fanatics of the PvP ideas are actually in doubt they would be able to raid city per city in full force considering the level of difficulty in beating the city guards. If you belong to this group of skeptics, then Tom Chilton has a treat for you. They are in the verge of making adjustments on the guard as you read this article. In fact, the director has shared that they would decrease the guards’ strength level on the PvP realm in order for players to have an even opportunity to plan and execute raids on the cities within Mists of Pandaria. The guards on the PvE realms however would remain the same.
As for bigger changes between the PvE and PvP realms in the future, Tom Chilton shakes his head as confirmation that these would not happen soon. They would like to see how the current changes would do before making bigger decisions for the future. Although, with Mists of Pandaria, they would introduce a new machine that would help players dismount any flying foe-the problem that ground players find hard to beat. The game’s flying mounts access is limited to players reaching level 90 also addresses the same problem of unequal battle starting point.
Many changes are soon to come your way. So, better stick with Mists of Pandaria or its beta version to be the first to see how it’ll blow your mind away! Are you afraid to be left out of all this fun? Start playing World of Warcraft now and be on the inside of things in the online game world.