Buy wow gold instant delivery Blizzard Entertainment has laid down the groundwork for its major effort to arrest the significant drop in the subscriptions that its massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) “World of Warcraft” experienced at the start of the year. It is obvious that the game developer has set its sight on recovering lost gamer subscription even as it strives to entice new ones in the process.
One of its immediate initiatives towards such end is to release updates or patches to the game, meant to bring new features and improve the game further. Blizzard released Patch 6.2.0 officially titled “Fury of Hellfire” on June 23 which contained Tanaan Jungle and the Shipyard and provided players with a host of new gameplay options.
Some fans thought that “Prepare for Flying” was to be the game’s Patch 6.2.1, but it turned out that those were just wishful thinking as it seems that Blizzard Entertainment have skipped the update.
On September 1, the game developer released Patch 6.2.2 officially titled “Draenor Pathfinder: Prepare for Flying,” giving gamers who already have the Draenor Pathfinder achievement to take the skies of Draenor, notes the World of Warcraft website.
The update is now available for testing on the Public Test Realms (PTR) where gamers who shall take part will be able to try out the patch before it makes it to the live realms. They can also provide feedback so that Blizzard Entertainment can take note of those to further improve the patch and make the game really entertaining.