Blizzard warns WoW Traditional realm is looking at a login queue of 10,000
Blizzard is warning World of Warcraft Traditional gamers that, if enrollment holds as it’s, certainly one of its realms would face “login queues in extra of 10,000 gamers … and presumably a lot greater than that.”
WoW Traditional doesn’t launch till Aug. 27, every week from Tuesday, however final week Blizzard began opening up the sport for character title reservations. Primarily based on the exercise they’ve seen, “the Herod realm is trying to be massively overpopulated,” group supervisor Kaivax wrote.
They’re urging gamers to change realms — Stalagg has been opened up because of this. Realms in WoW Traditional can accommodate way more gamers than their 2006 counterparts, such that a inhabitants estimate of “Medium” in 2019 “already has extra characters on it than even essentially the most crowded realms did again in 2006,” they wrote.
Herod is the overcrowded realm for North America. In Europe, Shazzrah is the one bursting on the seams. Kaivax reposted the identical message to gamers there, asking them to please think about shifting to the Gehennas realm.
“Our prime precedence in planning for WoW Traditional’s launch has been making certain that we’re laying the groundwork for sturdy realm communities that may endure over the months and years to comply with,” they wrote, “which is why we’re cautiously opening new servers to fulfill demand.”