PlayerScore 4-4-03 Header

The newest update for PlayerScore is here!

PlayerScore 4.4.03 may not be as massive as our Character Claiming release (you've all /claimed your characters for a chance
to win a kick-ass SwagDog jersey in our current contest, right?) but it's still going to have an extremely positive impact on your World of Warcraft experience.
Along with a lengthy list of bug fixes, we've added some great new improvements to the tooltip info display for reforged items, enchant listings, and GearScore.

In the following image you can see an example of the new in-game tooltip display in action:

PlayerScore 4-4-03 Tooltip Example

As you can see above, we've made some pretty significant improvements with the new GearScore, Enchant, and Reforge info seen at the bottom of the tooltip. Here is a quick rundown of how each of these function in-game...

GearScore Display

The GearScore line will now always appear with a "?" or "x" to
signify whether or not that item is meant for your spec. This feature has been disabled for PvP items at this time, however. For Example:

? GearScore: 441 (Restoration Shaman)

Enchantment Display

Whenever an item is enchanted you will now see "? Enchanted" and
the description of the enchantment. For example:

? Enchanted Heartsong

Reforged Item Display

When you have an item reforged you will see "? Reforged" as well
as a description of the reforging. For Example:

? Reforged +35 Haste / -35 Mastery

This update is great because it lets you see how a person is actually reforging
their items, and it lets you quickly locate Enchantment, GearScore, and Reforge
data in one quick location. In the the example image shown above, the GearScore is an "X" because this is
a Melee DPS item, and the player is a restoration shaman. This will also help when you
want to be super lazy rolling on loot, because you'll know RIGHT AWAY that you should
pass on items.

Also shown in the example above, the player who was wearing this item was severely over the hit
cap. Being able to see that he had reforged his items to hit, and was still over
the hit cap, lets me know he is an idiot.

As always, if you have any questions or feedback on the latest update for PlayerScore, be sure to let us know in the forums!

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Last Updated: Mar 29, 2016

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Reuben "Sardu" Waters has been writing professionally about the MMOG industry for eight years, and is the current Editor-in-Chief and Director of Development for Ten Ton Hammer.