I personally reported 30, and most of them being small typos and very little actual major bugs.Well, the one major bug I could remember is, one of the +250 research rep items never went out of your bags after giving it to the NPC. So I just used infinitely it to get paragon many times, to see if the rewards worked - which they did.
I guess testing is now over!
If they had an incentive that carried over to the main game, I’d do it. I don’t like spoiling the new content before it’s released. But if there was a special weapon enchant or a battle pet… nothing huge. Although a special ensemble or mount would be cool, I think it would go too far. Maybe they could have time based or number of bugs reported type rewards. But otherwise, why spoil new content?
They really are desperate to get people back.
Well, I'm glad testing is over and they can finally release patch 9.1. There were a lot of bugs in the beta.
There is something kind of beautiful about watching the once great grovel like dogs
I guess they're still not able to fix the nameplate distance (and the LoS issues) bug they inadvertently added to Retail while they hotfixed the distance on Classic in September 2019.
Two months after launch and testing is officially wrapped up!
Meanwhile enhancement shaman still has 98 bugs (they fixed one) and some of them are 2+ years old. We are about to send our weapon imbue bug to a pre-school soon.
So I guess they really don't have QA's.
Where were the thank you emails for testing Beta for Azeroth for 2 whole years?