The Next Major Content Patch…3.2 (Part 1)
3.1 hasn’t been out very long, but already Blizzard has dropped nuggets of information regarding the next big content patch 3.2, Call of the Crusade.
Call of the Crusade aims to be the go-between to begin the lead into the final confrontation with the Lich King, now this doesn’t mean 3.3 will mean Icecrown will be opened, but 3.2 is a step in the right direction.
First we will see the Argent Tournament Expand. Seeing the Coliseum completed, to allow adverturers to prepare for battle with the Lich King. New dailies rewards will be introduced as well.
The Crusaders’ Coliseum will introduce 5 player, 10 player, and 25 player challenges. What does this mean? Should we expect a 25 person mode of the throw a lance, break the armor, jab, run away, put back up the armor? I hope its more involved than that, something that will actually use our individual characters’ skills. Now I like the vehicle combat for Flame Leviathan and all, but in the end I like getting involved with my specific character’s abilities. We have been told it will be similar to Ring of Blood or Amphitheatre of Anguish but on an epic scale.
But in my previous blog regarding my wish list, I asked for a 5 man something like Magister’s Terrace, well hopefully this is it.
Now we do also get a new battleground, called Isle of Conquest. This battleground claims to be a mix between Alterac Valley and Wintergrasp, maybe we will also see aerial combat in addition to the siege weapons they are going to be having in there.
Also in another big PVP item being released with 3.2 will be Season 7. So usually Blizzard gives it some time, so don’t expect 3.2 to hit anytime soon, especially since Season 6 has only been out for about a month.
Now usually I don’t like posting updates to classes until they become final, but this one seems pretty confident that it will happen as Blizzard states here: http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/underdev/druid-forms.htmlThis is a pretty welcome change for all the druids out there who have had to hide their cool tier sets in favor of fuzzy skin, this is indeed a much welcomed and long overdue overhaul for druids, even if it is cosmetic.
Now of course I am sure there will be more, so I will be looking forward to some good changes in the next big content patch.