Blizzard is making a number of substantial changes to existing game mechanics in World of Warcraft’s upcoming patch 3.3.3.
The new Dungeon Finder tool, which has proved extremely popular since it’s recent introduction, will be getting a few tweaks to make the system easier to use. The auction house interface is also getting a make-over, allowing players to sell multiple stacks of items at once, and to specify the size of stacks.
Some players will find that this will do away with the need for a third party addon, like Auctioneer, while others will prefer to keep the comprehensive tool for more complicated tasks, such as remembering the market price of items.
A random Battleground tool has also been added to match the random dungeon finder, although it’s only available to level 80s right now on the public test realms. The daily Battleground quest has been replaced with the daily random battleground, again, like the dungeon finder system.
Several class changes and other alterations have been made, including the ability to skip the lengthy introduction dialog at the beginning of the Culling of Stratholme instance (cheer).
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