This development not only means more people have more of a chance in PVP, but also that there's "infinitely more control to make PVP-specific balance tweaks". "If one spec's Mastery is too strong in PvV, that's fine - we can just reduce the amount of Mastery they have," Blizzard said. "If a spec is too easy to kill, we can increase their Stamina. If a healer is having too much trouble keeping teammates alive, we can increase their Spellpower. In short, we can tune classes for PVP in a way that's exclusively focused on PVP." And that sounds like very good news.Tcgvip provides WOW Items offers online. You can Cheap Buy WOW Gear being supported online by a professional team 24/7.
The knock-on effect of this is Blizzard doing away with the idea of PVP-specific equipment, since it won't have any effect there. "So, in Legion, gear is gear, regardless of where you earned it," Blizzard said. Also, you will still be able to earn equipment from PVP in Legion but from Strongboxes given for completing Battlegrounds or Arenas.
PVP Seasons are being increased in frequency because of the new changes, and the way rewards are dished out will change - in the hope people won't flock to one faction, although Blizzard acknowledges that "racial balance is an important part of that".Finally, there will be two new maps for the Arena: Black Rook Hold and one based around the forests of Val'sharah.
Long gone are the days my guildmate used set his alarm clock to coincide with Battlegrounds opening so that he could one day reach High Warlord and unlock the equipment that came with it - only to have the title degrade if he didn't keep his punishing schedule up. Ahh, memories.