Get ready for the summer, and not because you will have that good old summer break, and you will be able to sunbathe as long as you want on the edge of a beach, but you should also get prepared for the arrival of World of Warcraft Classic, especially if you are not an outgoing person or you would instead prefer staying inside, out of the razing of the Sun’s dangerous rays. Player versus player (PvP) mode will be introduced in this game, but how would they work?
Blizzard has outlined a gradual introduction for PvP fights, and those are supposed to mimic the initial rollout. To begin with, no reward system or kill tracking will be introduced into the game because taking down other players would only happen for the thrill of it. However, before an honor system and rank rewards kick in, you will need to wait for a second phase.
World of Warcraft Classic will gradually introduce PvP mode
Aside from that, the importance sticks to the raw content. Warsong Gulch and Alterac Valley will be added alongside the third phase while Arathi Basin will have to wait a little bit longer until he appears in the fourth phase. Blizzard will not change PvP mode with the fifth round of World of Warcraft Classic updates, but world PvP objectives will be brought in the Eastern Plaguelands and Silithus by the sixth phase.
However, as nothing ever will run smoothly without a little problem, the timing for these phases have not been nailed down by Blizzard. Regarding these phases, the period we would have to wait for after things move on it still not clear. Though, if nothing else, at least keep in mind that when Classic arrives in earnest, you will need to watch your back carefully if you do not want to become a loser.
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