World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth updates its beta with new models for dead people
Ladies, gentlemen, and those who fit neither category, Rhonin the mage is dead in World of Warcraft. And there was much rejoicing. But just because he’s dead doesn’t mean he doesn’t get a new model; heck, Uther’s been dead even longer, and he gets a new model in the most recent build of Battle for Azeroth. Dead people change their clothes repeatedly for years after they die, everyone knows that. Considering they always show up semi-translucent, you’d think they’d take the opportunity to put on some clashing colors, but apparently you coordinate your tones beyond the grave.
The latest build also involves more ability tweaks, including several reshuffles for Death Knight talents and adjustments to Demon Hunters. Players can also test out the second part of the war campaign, the storyline involving camps and footholds in the Horde-specific zones of the game by the Alliance. Horde players will just have to watch this part, apparently. (It is still in testing, after all.)