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World of Warcraft Classic Season of Mastery Will Come with Faster Leveling and Harder Raids

Blizzard has announced the World of Warcraft Classic Season of Mastery that will recreate the World Of Warcraft Classic experience with an open beta that will kick off on 5 October. While the six content release phase will remain, they will be unlocked at a much faster pace, with the full cycle completing within 12 months.

According to the company, the raids will be more difficult in the new game and the developers wrote:

With that in mind, we’re planning a few changes to make those early raid bosses pack a bit more of a punch, and attempt to recapture the original challenge they presented. These changes currently include (but are not limited to): - World buffs (like Rallying Cry of the Dragonslayer and others) disabled in Raid instances - Restoring mechanics that were removed early on to some Raid bosses - No boss debuff limit (up from 16 debuffs in WoW Classic) - Increased health on bosses, to offset player buffs and the removed debuff limit Our intent with these changes is for this experience to feel somewhat more challenging than WoW Classic did in 2019.

There will also be new updates, including faster leveling and quality of life updates with more mining and herbalism nodes.


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