No more "somebody spilled their pringles can" screenshots? Aw.In all seriousness... phew. That visual bug was straight-up weird.
Better late than never. I honestly wasn't seeing them though
Looks like BFA $20 off sale is extended to OCT 20, 2019.Can we see the new RFA before OCT 20?
Wow and it only took 3 1/2 months to fix a dumbass visual bug. But hey, at least I'm glad Blizz didn't pull any programmers off of retail for Classic. Imagine the drop in quality and response times we'd have in BfA if they did that. There'd be stuff like broken classes on release without fixes for months and other weird things.
But much of Classic required a rebuild from the ground up as Blizz had stated themselves repeatedly that much of it was simply lost. I'm not talking about BfA's state right now but rather the abyssmal state it has been in ever since... well ever. I'm well aware where bugs like these come from. 99% of them are completely freak reactions of a 15 year old game engine that nobody could anticipate. It's been apparent that BfA never had the manpower behind it that it required. It was rushed to market in a pre-Beta state, several Classes simply weren't ready, Dungeons were horribly bugged, Quests didn't work, Azerite Traits were being rebalanced on an hourly basis, Azerite Armor as a whole were never properly tested or even thought through... and that's just the first few weeks of BfA. The issues go on until today and yes, they include needing over 3 months to fix something as banal as a visual bug.I understand Blizzards impulse to cut bait and move on past BfA towards the next expansion, but if they continue down this path I'm afraid that there won't be many people left once they rush out the next eypansion to finally get BfA over with. What the game needs right now is care and repair. Not a scorched earth policy with a skeleton crew. If they want to work on the next expansion simultaniously, here's a strange thought: Hire more people. It's not like they can't afford it. WoW is still Blizzards biggest earner and the second to third biggest earner in Actiblizz as a whole.
As usual this thread, like any dealing with bug fixes, has turned into a "complain about anything" thread. Probably 99% of you mass complainers have zero inclining of what it takes to write code for a game this massive. Or to have to go through millions of lines of code to fix bugs after you add more code to it. Just because they work for Blizzard and make games doesn't mean they are omnipotent and can pick out errors on a whim. Any of you that are complaining really think that when a developer or engineer sees or reads a report on a error that they say "hmm, oh well I don't care if it looks stupid or doesn't work right. I love all the complaints I get about the game being stupidly buggy!"? I would conclude to say no. No they don't So in the spirit of Colonel Nathan Jessep I suggest you say "Thank You" and be on your way. Otherwise pick up a key board and learn to fix code yourself.
When will the arena mount bar progress be fixed?