New World of Warcraft FAQ, Shots, Q&A
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Several bits of new information regarding Blizzard Entertainment's upcoming MMORPG World of Warcraft have been posted. First, Blizzard themselves updated the official FAQ for the game with several questions that popped up with the start of the closed public beta test. Besides the updated FAQ, Blizzard also updated the screenshot section with five new in-game shots.
And if that wasn't enough, HomeLan Fed posted an interview with producer Shane Dabiri, speaking about the upcoming beta and the future of World of Warcraft. On the question of what will happen content-wise after the game is finally released, Shane replies:
We are very familiar with not having finished everything we wanted to add to a shipped product. We continue to tweak and add content to many of our other products to this day (StarCraft or Diablo balance patches for example). These other games do not have a live team associated with them, yet we have managed to give players what they desire. With World of Warcraft, we are going beyond this extra step and will have a staff of almost 100 game masters that will support players around the clock (24 hours a day/7 days a week). We will also have a dedicated 'live team' of programmers, designers, artists, and sound engineers continually creating content for the game, as well as fixing any bugs that might pop up.The full interview includes other interesting information and everybody curious about the game should head over to HomeLan Fed to read it.
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