WoW 3.2 Patch Hits Today – Huge Changes Scare Children
August 5, 2009 at 7:23 am by Polt
Info on patch World of Warcraft 3.2 has been leaking out for the past 4 or 5 months, and today is the day — the day you finally get mounts for your level 20 alts and can no longer make excuses for having so many lowbies, you bum.
Of course, that’s not all the patch is packed full of. 3.2 is really a gigantic patch and finally brings PVP experience points (that players have been asking for over the past 3 years), the Crusader’s Coliseum dungons, shiny new Druid forms, a new loot feature for raids, and one-handed-axe-wielding Rogues (enjoy that).
The patch has something for everyone: bums, hardcore raiders, PVPers, newbies, and jerks (I’m looking at you, rogues). That just about covers it, I believe.
Really the shining points in this patch are the instance loot improvements and the PVP experience.
Bind-on-pickup items can now be traded among players in the same raid or group in a dungeon for up to two ours after they have been looted. This doesn’t necessarily mean ninjas will stop ninja’ing, it just means they’ll have to be bigger dicks about it than they were before.
The PVP experience won’t kill off tweaks, as players can just turn off the feature. So PVPers can’t complain either.
Check out the official patch notes over at the official World of Warcraft website.