Blizzard's Instructions for Testing and Leaving Feedback on 7.3.5 Leveling Changes
05.12.2017 um 19:06
The 7.3.5 PTR has major changes to the leveling experience. Blizzard is looking for players to help test the changes to provide the best possible experience in 7.3.5! Here are their instructions on how to create a PTR account and leave feedback.
If you would like to learn more about the leveling changes, check out our
Dynamic Zone Scaling
Leveling Changes on the 7.3.5 PTR - Experience, Heirlooms, Mob Health Pools, Flying
Learn more about 7.3.5 in the
Patch 7.3.5 Content Hub
We need your help! Create a new character on the Public Test Realm (PTR), level as far as you can, and send us your detailed feedback. By leveling through the content and sharing your thoughts with us, you will have a direct impact on improving the new dynamic leveling experience.
We Need You!
What You Want:
To help make
World of Warcraft
a satisfying and seamless world to level through.
What We Want:
Your feedback—the good, the bad, and the ugly—so we can iron out the wrinkles.
How We Do This:
Create a new character on the PTR, level up as far as you can, and send us your considered, original opinion on the overhauled leveling experience.
The Big AskAs you may have heard, we are significantly overhauling the leveling experience in
World of Warcraft
to make life more interesting for all the lower-level characters out there. Leveling zones from 1–100 will dynamically scale to your character’s level for a certain range, so you can spend longer in the places you love and experience more of your favorite quest lines and stories as you travel through Azeroth.This is where you come in. On the 7.3.5 PTR, we want you to level a character, then give us your detailed, original feedback on the changes: zones, dungeons, quests, and the entire end-to-end experience in the zones you love and at the pace you enjoy. Share your thoughts on the experience, warts and all, and give us valuable insight that will change the game for the better.
Just the Facts
You will need to access the PTR build for Patch 7.3.5 (see below on how to do just that).
Level up over the course of the 7.3.5 PTR and provide detailed feedback on the experience. Examples could include:
Specific zones you played, and what level you were when arriving and moving on
Pick a leveling range to tell us about
Tell us which zones you chose and why, and what dungeons you completed
Your thoughts on the difficulty, pacing (including any specific quests or areas you had trouble with), and rewards
You can also let us know about any bugs you find: big, small, and downright squishy
We would also like to know:
The bug was annoying” is nowhere near as helpful as “When I arrived in Hellfire Peninsula at level 58 the quests were grayed out.”
(In other words: the more detail you give us, the better you will help us make the game!)
How to Create a PTR Account:
Log in to
Blizzard Account Management
World of Warcraft
, then click
Public Test Realm
to create your PTR account.
Planning AheadBe sure to log in to your Blizzard account and select the
Public Test Realm (PTR)
Download the PTR client from within the Blizzard Battle.net desktop app.
Log in to any of the available Test Servers.
Create a new level 1 character.
Forgive Us Our MaintenanceChampions take note! We plan to leave the PTR up throughout the holidays, but as with any test phase there may be short periods of downtime to apply changes, perform maintenance, and other trickier things that pop up. If the PTR isn’t available for any length of time, please know we appreciate your patience, good humor, and participation. We are working hard behind the scenes to keep everything on an even keel.
Where to Send FeedbackDynamic Leveling Feedback:
7.3.5 PTR forum
7.3.5 PTR bug forum
Thank you, we truly appreciate the feedback you give and look forward to all you have to share with us. See you in Azeroth!
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