There is some much welcomed news on the five player dungeon front tonight. Zarhym has confirmed that there will be a new five player dungeon in an upcoming patch. That dungeon, according to Zarhym, will be comparable to Magister’s Terrace.
No other information is provided on it, other than the promise for a preview when it’s ready.
Magister’s Terrace was released in Patch 2.4 and contained higher-than-normal item level equipment and weapons for players. Many people felt that Magsiter’s Terrace was also the hardest 5-man dungeon introduced into the game at the time.
While there is no indication that this dungeon will be released with patch 3.2, I don’t think it’s a wild assumption to make. Blizzard has previously indicated a future patch will also contain a new battleground.
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Zarhym has reaffirmed a comment that Blizzard’s made in the past telling players they should expect season six to start as early as tomorrow, and that “this [statement] is still the plan.”
Given the lack of solid statements made by Blizzard in saying anything is or will definitively happen with the game, this is about as much confirmation as we can hope for in hearing that season six begins tomorrow.
About a month ago there was some news released about season six, in that all ratings will start at 0 and work their way up, instead of beginning at 1500.
Today’s news, combined with the fact that there will be a talent reset in a client side patch very soon, probably means there’ll be a small patch tomorrow morning. While we’re not going to wave flags and say there will be one, no one here at MMOvalue will be surprised if there is. And hopefully now, you shouldn’t be either.
Of course, stay tuned throughout the evening and tomorrow morning. We’ll bring you the latest.
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