from Karsten Scholz
Blizzard's developers played a hotfix on WoW: Battle for Azeroth's live servers last night to fix a bug in the Ny'alotha raid. With N'Zoth it has so far been the case that barbed tentacles torment the same player over and over again with a wave of pain. However, this was not planned.

Blizzard's developers played a hotfix on the WoW: Battle for Azeroth live servers last night to fix a bug in the Ny'alotha raid. At N'Zoth it has so far been the case that Barbed tentacle one and the same player over and over again Wave of pain torture. However, this was not planned, the attack is supposed to target random targets.

Below you can read the official English patch notes. As soon as Blizzard puts the German translation online, we will update this message. Hotfixes are updates that are made on the server side without the need to download new data. Some of the changes listed below will take effect once Blizzard implements them, while others will only take effect after an announced realm restart. Please note that some problems cannot be solved without a client-side patch

WoW Battle for Azeroth: Patch 8.3 hotfixes of May 28, 2020

Dungeons and raids

  • Ny'alotha, the Waking City
    • N'Zoth the Corruptor
      • Fixed a bug that could cause Spike Tentacles to repeatedly target a player with multiple casts of Pain Spike in succession rather than randomizing targets.
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