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Sarosha
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#1 - 2012/12/06 06:46:00 PM
This wasnt clearly stated.

When is 5.2 slated to drop, 4 months from release or 4 months from 5.1?

Despite all the complaints, LFR has done a fairly good job of gearing people, especially if combined with dailies/sha/valor gear.

Pretty much the gear you have now is fairly close to the gear you will have at 5.2, 4 more months of being stuck on the boss you are stuck on with little hope of nerfs seems a little daft.

Now there is a rumor that 5.2 will be coming on test this month which would slate it for a feburary release.

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#3 - 2012/12/06 07:55:00 PM
12/06/2012 10:46 AMPosted by Sarosha
When is 5.2 slated to drop, 4 months from release or 4 months from 5.1?


I have a feeling that Ghostcrawler's comment in that interview is going to be seen quite often on the forums in the coming days.

My best advice is to try not to take those time frames as though they're graven in stone (which is why I'm not directly answering your question). It's better to think of them as rough guidelines for approximately how frequently we'd like to patch in updates.

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#30 - 2012/12/06 09:01:00 PM
Somethings that gets me,
why is twitter the only place you guys discuss changes with players?

Why would anyone at blizzard make a comment on blizzards goals on twitter, and then on the forums someone else has to back track those comments?


We discuss upcoming changes on the forums with regularity--sometimes they're stickied posts, and sometimes they're comments in threads. Nor am I countermanding anything Ghostcrawler said. Heck, the synopsis on mmo-champion is as follows:

A rough idea of how long patches will take: 2 months for a content patch and 4 months for a patch with a new raid and PvP season. This is just a rough target, as there are many factors involved in determining when players are ready and the content is ready.


I'm simply emphasizing that these are goals, not absolutes.