Two Day Extension for WoW Players
7:58 AM | Conrad Quilty-Harper | Comment on this story
Since Blizzard introduced a compulsory patch last week, several major bugs have affected players of this Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing game. Although most of these bugs have since been fixed, some of them prevented people from accessing servers. To compensate gamers for any downtime or loss of features, Blizzard have decided to compensate gamers with a free two day extension, due to commence this week.
From the news announcement:
[T]he new patch also contained a few small bugs which caused interruptions in play time for some users. These bugs were quickly identified, and most of them were hotfixed last week. We plan on implementing fixes for the remaining bugs in tomorrow's maintenance.This free extension is only for US gamers at this point.
Our team continues to work hard to provide our players with the best play experience possible, and we realize that extended, unscheduled downtime is frustrating. Therefore, all World of Warcraft players will receive a two-day time extension for the downtime caused by last week's patch.
To read the full announcement, head over the the WoW homepage. Link included below.
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