World of Warcraft players can now join the public test servers to try out the next patch, 3.3.5.

This update to the game includes The Ruby Sanctum, a new 10/25 man raid with normal and heroic difficulties, located in Wyrmrest Temple in Dragonblight.

Alongside this addition, the patch adds some features to the game’s chat frame. Players will now be able to right-click on any chat type such as Trade, General or Whisper, and choose the Pop-Out Chat option. Doing so will create a separate tab which can be moved to any location on the screen, and will contain only the chat type selected. Clicking on a whisper will move the entire conversation into the tab. These tabs will glow when a new message is received.

Another update to the chat feature is the ability to scroll through the chat log by using the mouse wheel, something players have had to use a third-party addon to do until now.

Next up is the ability to add players to your friends list through their account, meaning players can converse with one another regardless of server, faction or, wait for it, game. Yes, thanks to this swish new feature, players will be able to communicate with friends while playing WoW, even if the other person is playing StarCraft II.

Find out more about this over on our WoW channel.

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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