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Teaser Bild von BfA: Der Überlebensratgeber zu der dritten Saison

Damit sich die Spieler von World of Warcraft möglichst optimal auf den in dieser Woche (heute NA, morgen EU) anstehenden Start der dritten Saison von Battle for Azeroth vorbereiten können, veröffentlichten die für dieses MMORPG zuständigen Mitarbeiter von Blizzard Entertainment im Verlauf des heutigen Abends netterweise einen ihrer bereits von vielen vergangenen Content Updates bekannten Überlebensratgeber auf ihrem offiziellen YouTube Kanal.

In diesem wie üblich recht informativen Video äußern sich die Verantwortlichen recht ausführlich zu dieser neuen Saison und erklären den Zuschauern auf eine leicht verständliche Weise, was für Auswirkungen dieser Saisonwechsel auf die im Spiel vorhandenen Inhalte haben wird. Dabei stellen die Entwickler dann jede größere Neuerung der dritten Saison nacheinander vor, sodass Zuschauer sich ein gutes Bild von dem Umfang der dritten Saison der aktuellen Erweiterung machen können. Wer sich bisher noch nicht mit dieser Saison auseinandergesetzt hat, der sollte unbedingt einen Blick auf das folgende Video und den darunter eingebauten Beitrag der Entwickler werfen.   Battle for Azeroth Season 3 opens up new challenges with the opening of Mythic Operation: Mechagon, a new affix in Mythic Keystone Dungeons, and more PvP action.     Battle for Azeroth Season 3 Has Begun! Battle for Azeroth Season 3 brings new challenges with the opening of Mythic Operation: Mechagon, a new affix in Mythic Keystone Dungeons, and more PvP action. New Dungeon: Operation: Mechagon In this new 8-boss “mega-dungeon,” level 120 players will unite with Prince Erazmin and the Rustbolt Resistance to help overthrow the prince’s deranged father and destroy his Mechoriginator doomsday device. Great rewards await you, but bear in mind that gnome-crafted loot might have some surprising properties. . . .  [Learn more] Mythic Keystone Dungeons Season 3 The new Mythic Keystone dungeon season is now available with opportunities for new rewards and an all-new challenge in the form of a new seasonal affix: Beguiling. Queen Azshara’s agents have infiltrated dungeons to strike down Azeroth’s champions when they least expect it. Three different emissaries will bolster the enemy’s ranks; they’ll prove to be deadly adversaries, so make them priority targets. They’ll also disrupt patrolling units, who will stop to pay them tribute. Visiting emissaries can change every week, so stay on your toes! Reward Updates Item levels of rewards from level 120 Normal, Heroic, and Mythic dungeons have been increased by 30. Baseline rewards are now item-level 370 from Normal, 385 from Heroic, and 400 from non-Keystone Mythic dungeons. During the first week of Season 3, rewards from end-of-run chests will be capped at item-level 415 for Mythic Keystone at +6 difficulty, and the reward cache will contain a Season 2 reward. With the start of the second week of Season 3, the weekly cache will not be affected by the cap, and will reward Season 3 items at higher item levels. Check out the Mythic Keystone Dungeon Leaderboards to see who’s staying on top of the clock. PvP Season 3 Season 3 brings a wave of new player-versus-player content. Get ready to raze the enemy faction in the Ashran Epic Battleground, and take on all comers in a new Mechagon-themed Arena. Participants can earn two new Vicious Basilisk mounts, and the highest-rated players will unlock new Notorious Gladiator mounts.   Reward Updates The Quartermaster’s system has been revamped for Season 3 and now awards an upgrade token equivalent to the weekly PvP chest instead of equivalent to end-of-match reward. Completing the weekly Quartermaster’s Bounty quest by trading in Quartermaster’s Prize items will award a Warlord’s Trophy. Players can begin receiving Quartermaster’s Prize items from their Conquest schedule rewards, Call to Arms quests, and from the weekly Nazjatar world PvP event World Quest. Bonus Rolls will no longer grant a Quartermaster’s token, and players who still have Quartermaster’s Coins from the end of Season 2 will be able to sell these for 50 gold each. Item level rewards in Random Battlegrounds have also been increased by 30. During the first week of Season 3, end-of-match rewards will be capped at item-level 415. This will require Challenger rank to earn. Beginning in week 2, Challenger rank rewards will be item-level 420.   Conquest Schedule Week Item Level Item 1 Item 2 1 375 Weapon 2 385 Head 3 385 Legs Wrist 4 385 Trinket 5 385 Chest 6 385 Hand Back 7 385 Shoulder 8 385 Trinket 9 385 Finger Feet 10 400 Weapon 11 400 Head 12 400 Legs Waist 13 400 Trinket 14 400 Chest 15 400 Hand Wrist 16 400 Shoulder 17 400 Trinket 18 400 Finger Feet 19 400 Weapon 20 400 Head 21 400 Waist Back 22 400 Trinket 23 400 Chest 24 400 Legs Finger 25 400 Shoulder Keep an eye on the Player vs. Player Leaderboards during the season to follow who’s making waves at the top.     (via)