- “World of Warcraft: Shadowlands” will begin alpha testing later this week
- A beta test will follow after all content has been released in the test environment
- Players who want to join the beta test can register on the Blizzard website
“World of Warcraft: Shadowlands” entered the alpha phase this week, which means fans and gamers will be able to see the experience of new players, zones and more details!
In Blizzard developer update, game director Ion Hazzikostas announced that they will send invitations to closed alpha tests for Shadowlands this weekend. Only a select few will be invited, from old active players to content creators and journalists.
According to Hazzikostas, alpha players will be able to dive into Bastion’s new zone. However, they also plan to open new content throughout the test cycle, such as the Revendreth zone and Torghast, Tower of the Damned – which is a “new endless dungeon experience”.
“After everything is released to the testing environment, we will officially move to the beta phase, removing all characters and starting a larger invitation for end-to-end tests of the entire Shadowlands experience,” continued Hazzikostas. in update.
In addition to the zone, the update also launched several changes that were expected in Shadowlands, the first of which was new spells and talents for players from all 12 classes.
Blizzard also enhances the WoW search interface, which should make it easier for players to identify where to go to complete a goal without frequently opening maps. In addition, changes in the PvP currency will be launched in the alpha launch, specifically in Conquest.
Of course, with the launch of the alpha test, that also means a lot of data mining – which should allow fans to catch a glimpse of new features, items and more content coming to the game. However, Hazzikostas warned in an update to take data mines “with a grain of salt.”
“As our community and fans explore game files packed with clients in the coming days, you will also definitely find pieces of data related to endgame systems such as Soulbinds, Covenant Sanctums, and legendary items made,” Hazzikostas explained.
“Many of these features are still being processed and, especially in alpha settings, the game’s data contains many experiments and ideas that are discarded, so please take what you might find through mining data with a grain of salt.”
More information will definitely come out when alpha and beta tests are launched in the future. For now, those who want to get bets in the future can list on the Blizzard website.
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