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Ažurirana Blizzard Art Galerija

World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade i WarCraft III Art galerija ažuriana je sa novim radovima koji predstavljaju Warcraft univerzum.

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Patch 4.1 Features

Originally Posted by Blizzard (Source)
The point isn't really that we're delaying Firelands so we can release ZA/ZG instead, or because we don't think players are ready for a new raid. Our messaging on the subject directly implies this, and that's our fault.

What we're really saying is that we want more frequent, slightly smaller updates to the game so that content keeps coming. Since Firelands isn't quite ready yet, we've made the decision not to hold back the other 4.1 patch content for it. Instead, we're going to release patch 4.1 with the content that's ready to go so the majority of players have more things to do, while also putting some finishing touches on Firelands so we can ship it out in 4.2 shortly thereafter. We're not arbitrarily holding back Firelands. On the contrary, we don't want to hold back other content updates for Firelands.

The main content features currently planned for 4.1 are:
  • Zul'Gurub revamp
  • Zul'Aman revamp
  • New level-85 Stranglethorn quest line (phased) leading players into the troll dungeons
  • New tier of Heroic dungeon gear (epic item level 353) to give players a slightly bigger boost going into raids for the first time
  • New & updated flavor items, vanity pets, and mounts
  • Guild Challenges (new guild quests)

All of this is in addition to a number of UI improvements, class balance changes, and more. We'll have more information on the patch 4.1 features coming soon.

Season 10 Armor Models

Posle uspešne vesti povodom Season 10 Weapon Modela, odlučili smo da ne čekamo wowhead niti već da mi prvi objavimo i Season 10 Armor Modele. Na žalost Blizzard nije ubacio jedino teksture za Warrior Shouldere, ali u nekom od PTR Buildova sigurno će biti tu, a mi će mo objaviti finalnu vrziju izgleda. Interesantno je da je Blizzard odlučio da promeni modele nekih klasa (Verovatno nisu bili zadovoljni), dok je za Death Knight, Paladin, Warrior klase unapredio postojeće kao što je to i činio u Wrath of the Lich King-u. Na žalost kako mi se čini opet je Warlock najviše failovo po izgledu
PvP Season 10 Armor Models

Season 10 Weapon Models

Da dobro ste pročitali naslov, uspeli smo prvi da dodjemo do Sezone 10 modela oružija! Ovo su trenutno modeli koji se nalaze u PTR 4.1.0 fajlovima, a nadamo se da će ostali stići uz nove PTR Build-e.
Sezona 10 nije predvidjena da startuje kada krene Patch 4.1 na live serverima, to će se desiti u nekom od 4.2 patcha kao što to obično biva dve nedelje posle nove raid istance u ovom slučaju Firelands koja nam dolazi uz Patch 4.2. Do tada moguća je i promena ovih modela oružija.
Season 10 Staff  Season 10 Polearm  Season 10 Two Handed Sword

Season 10 Bow  Season 10 Crossbow  Season 10 Gun

Season 10 One Handed Sword  Season 10 Thrown  Season 10 Wand

Season 10 Dagger  Season 10 Off Hand

Firelands raid neće biti uključen u Patch 4.1

Ono u šta smo sumnjali je sada i potvrdjeno, Firelands neće biti uključen u Patch 4.1. Ovo je i razlog zbog čega ništa i nismo videli u Patch Informacijama ili Test Serverima.

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Blizzard has told Eurogamer that the Firelands raid – the next tier of endgame raiding progression for the MMO – will not appear in the next patch, 4.1, as it had previously planned.

In an interview at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, lead producer J. Allen Brack said that players were not sufficiently advanced through the raid content that shipped with third expansion Cataclysm in December to handle the challenge of Firelands. He also suggested that Blizzard was thinking of creating "smaller" content patches for World of Warcraft.

"We feel like the player base isn't really ready for the next raid yet," he said. "And that led to some changes where Firelands is now actually going to be in 4.2."

"Our plan is to package... features into smaller content updates and to release them as soon as possible, rather than wait and release larger updates more infrequently," Blizzard added in a statement.

[...]After the interview, Blizzard gave Eurogamer the following statement about the decision to remove Firelands from patch 4.1.

Originally Posted by Blizzard (Source)
The decision to move Firelands to 4.2 was also motivated by a desire to move away from the "monolithic" content patches World of Warcraft has received recently, towards smaller updates, Brack said.

"Patch 4.1 provides our players with access to the completely redesigned Zul'Aman and Zul'Gurub five-player dungeons, where they'll be able to experience challenging encounters featuring all-new boss mechanics, obtain updated epic-level loot, and possibly acquire rare mounts.

"One of our long-standing development goals is to release regular content updates for the community to enjoy. These updates are generally focused on introducing specific content, like a new raid or new gameplay features.

"Our plan is to package these features into smaller content updates and to release them as soon as possible, rather than wait and release larger updates more infrequently.

"The previously announced Firelands raid will be part of content update 4.2 which should come soon after 4.1.

Posle ovoga usledile su i zvanične Blue informaicje da Firelands neće biti uključen u Patch 4.1 kao što je bilo planirano. Već će on biti deo 4.2 Patch sadržaja.
Originally Posted by Bashiok (Source)
By now you’ve seen that the redesigned Heroic five-player dungeon versions of Zul'Aman and Zul'Gurub are on the PTR, featuring all-new boss mechanics, updated epic-level loot, and some rare mounts for players to try to tame.

You may be asking, "where's Firelands?”

Our goal with each major patch release, and especially with each expansion, is to learn from the past and use that knowledge to improve the game as we move forward. One of our biggest regrets in the pacing of Wrath of the Lich King was the Crusaders' Coliseum. The Trial of the Champion 10- and 25-player raid was released while many raiders were still busy with Ulduar, which meant a premature end to Ulduar raiding -- and a lot of players didn't get a chance to experience all of Ulduar's content during the normal expansion progression.

Having learned that lesson in pacing from Wrath of the Lich King, we don’t feel Cataclysm needs a new raid tier just yet. We’re close, though, and Firelands will be part of patch 4.2, which is expected to hit the PTR very soon after 4.1 goes live.

One of our long-standing development goals has been to release more regular content updates for you to enjoy. Our plan is to package features like raids, dungeons, and daily quest hubs into smaller content updates and release them as soon as possible, rather than wait and release them as large but infrequent updates. Our first significant step in this direction will be Cataclysm patch 4.1, and we hope the rest of our content updates moving forward follow this model.

This new flexible approach to updates allows us to release content like Zul'Aman and Zul'Gurub so that you'll have more challenges to overcome while we make the flames of Sulfuron even fierier and this second showdown with the Firelord even more climactic.

While we know that some raiders feel prepared to smack down the Firelord once again, releasing an epic raid dungeon before its time would, in the words of Ragnaros himself, be "too soon!"

If firelands isn't being released why are people finding all of this content?

A good amount of development progress had already been made on Firelands by the time we decided it would be better to release it in the following patch. Because of that, a lot of information about what is now considered 4.2 content was already in the game files for the initial 4.1 PTR build. This just reinforces what Bashiok said about 4.2 being scheduled for release on the PTR shortly after 4.1 goes live.

Development for both patches is currently well in progress.

Patch 4.0.6 Hotfixevi - 1 Mart

Originally Posted by Blizzard (Source)
Here you'll find a list of hotfixes that address various issues related to the recently released World of Warcraft: Cataclysm patch 4.0.6. Hotfixes are updates we make on our end without requiring you to download a new patch. Some of the hotfixes below will go live the moment they are implemented, while others may require your realm to be restarted to go into effect. Please keep in mind that some issues cannot be addressed without a client-side patch update. We will continue to update this thread in the days ahead as additional hotfixes are applied. Visit our Bug Report forum for a list of 4.0.6 known issues.

  • Flag carriers in rated Battlegrounds now take 25% more damage from all magical and physical attacks. The 25% additional damage from carrying the flag stacks with the Focus and Brutal Assault debuffs. Flag carriers in normal Battlegrounds are not affected by this change.

Quest & Creatures
Tol Barad Peninsula
  • The quest "Walk A Mile In Their Shoes" has not always been correctly awarding players with quest credit after completing the escort event. This quest is being temporarily disabled and removed from the achievement criteria for Just Another Day in Tol Barad. This fix will require a realm restart to take effect.
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