World of Warcraft vows that fixing unstable servers is its ‘number one priority’

    
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World of Warcraft vows that fixing unstable servers is its ‘number one priority’

While World of Warcraft: Shadowlands has, by and large, enjoyed a favorable launch week so far, that doesn’t mean that the expansion is free from any issues. As an example, players on a handful of servers are seeing increased instability due to the amount of people trying to flood into those realms.

The good news is that Blizzard promises getting this resolved is at the top of the queue: “We are trying to carefully balance service stability and accessibility, and exploring multiple avenues to get everyone online and playing smoothly. This issue is our number one priority.”

The team also hotfixed a particular phasing problem related to the new covenant system while players figured out workarounds for other phasing issues.

But if you’re not up to level 50 yet, Blizzard welcomes you to experience the Timewalking Campaign system that it introduced a month ago with Patch 9.0. The studio posted an easy-to-understand overview of how this works, including how the system impacts dungeon selection.

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Turing fail

Sorry, from all the things I’ve read on this site and heard on the MOP podcast I was under the impression that Activision Blizzard’s “number one priority” was maximizing revenue in a vain attempt to fill the bottomless pit where Bobby Kotick’s soul should be…?

My bad!

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angrakhan

I’ve seen very occasional lag. Beyond that it’s been buttery smooth for me.

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Fisty

First night was fine for me, except for the random lag. Every other night is a 1500 queue, so I haven’t played since launch night. I imagine mine is still going to be laggy if I can log in today.

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Kevin Smith

Which server are you on? Haven’t had any queue or lag on Madoran.

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Fisty

Tichondrius. It is a full realm.