Several World of Warcraft Classic players are currently complaining about an alleged exploit in PvP. Specifically, it is about the possibility for Horde representatives to use a mount in the Alterac Valley to get to the primary cemetery of the Alliance. However, opinions differ on the definition of an exploit.
Blizzard Entertainment recently opened the doors to the PvP battlegrounds in World of Warcraft Classic a little earlier than originally planned. But apart from the fact that some players are already complaining about a lack of motivation, another problem is currently causing heated feelings – an alleged exploit.
Like the official World of Warcraft Classic forum (buy now for € 12.99) to read, it is probably a design flaw that some players mercilessly exploit. In Alterac Valley, representatives of the Horde are obviously able to get to the base of the Alliance on the back of their mounts via a mountain – and thus to the primary cemetery of their opponents. This gives them a clear advantage in the PvP mass battle, of course, since they can intercept and resuscitate players directly.
According to reports from some players in the forum, very unbalanced games are the annoying consequence. There is also a demand for a corresponding fix. However, there are also contrary opinions that do not see the procedure as an exploit and therefore not as punishable behavior. A comment from Blizzard Entertainment on this topic is pending. How do you feel about it? Is it really an exploit whose exploitation is punishable or just a clever action by the respective player? Let us know in the comments!
Source: official forum
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