It will soon be easier for World of Warcraft Classic players to earn honor and honor points a lot easier. Blizzard Entertainment will begin testing a new rewards system that will enhance how gamers move up in ranks. The current PvP system requires consistent gaming par to attain the highest ranks of the Honor scorecard.
According to Blizzard, the ranking points will be completely removed. In their place will exist Honor Point milestones that players will need to reach to increase ranking. This is good news as players will be able to take a break from the game, without the risk of de-ranking.
However, the new system won’t eliminate the decay mechanics which will be adjusted to allow players to take time off without losing progress.
In addition, the new system will enable players to earn Honor and Honor Points immediately upon each kill, with real-time monitoring of progress. This means that PvP gamers can track their progress without waiting for daily updates.
Staying on top of the WoW leaderboard can become stressful and even forces players to grind without taking breaks. This new system may reduce the dependency on gaming time, allowing gamers to take needed recess. Blizzard hopes that the new project will lead to better competition with healthier and less stressful players.
The World of Warcraft Classic was launched on August 26, 2019, and is one of the most important updates for the game. It is active alongside the main version of the game and features a recreation of World of Warcraft before its first expansion, The Burning Crusade. It is also one of the fastest releases in the franchise, being announced in 2017 and released in 2019.
Blizzard Entertainment continues to better its user interface and each time becomes more aware of gamers’ needs and environment. The new concern for players’ stress levels is a step in the right direction.