'World of Warcraft' Rumors, News & Updates: PvP Gear Can Impact Gamers; How Radical Could It Be?

By Stella Arellano , Updated May 25, 2016 07:59 AM EDT
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The "World of Warcraft" latest rumors, news and updates revealed of interesting things to come for the game. It stands out that the developers wants to integrate PvP gear into the gaming arena. Along that line, the innovation is anticipated to dazzle the gamers but many are also insinuating on how radical the move could be.

Radical things are among the main priorities that developers are looking into. For the "World of Warcraft," the game needs to augment itself for excellence. Seeing the need is senior game designer Brian Holinka, wherein he outlines a series of changes that Blizzard should utilize in the implementation of its PvP gear for its next expansion pack, "Legion," reports Gamasutra.

It stands to reason that despite the complexity of the plan, the endpoint is the grand simplicity of playing and enjoying the game. The innovation would incorporate updates such as no special item levels, no PvP-specific stats and even playing any part of the game will allow you to get rewards that are meaningful everywhere," as cited by the same post.

As for the backdoor segment, for the designers' games, of gears and even the entire system, particularly the RPGs and the MMO's, it would convey promising features, better design and stunning gametime.

On a different note, "The World Of Warcraft" has proven time and time again that it can outpar other games and franchise out there. It has even reached the world of movies and trade.

In a past post by Game & Guide, it was indicated that the developers aims on establishing good rapport with its gamers. According to the report, the "World of Warcraft" developers of the franchise gets friendly to the gamers by offering varying freebies and as of the moment, gamers can now enjoy "Warlords Of Draenor" and "Legion" for free and without cost.

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