Patch 4.3 has
been tried and tested on the Public Test Realms and will be making its
debut on a live servers near you very, very soon. While it may be easy
to write off Patch 4.3 as nothing special, especially in the wake of
the announcement of Mists of Pandaria, reading over the patch notes it
becomes clear that Patch 4.3 definitely deserves some notice. So what
has changed in Patch 4.3? Read on to find out!
In Patch 4.3 players will see
not only a ton of new instances, but also new in game features that
have the possibly to make life in Azeroth just a bit more enjoyable:
- As the reign of Ragnaros
ends (for the time being at least), players will find themselves
introduced to several new instance options, including; End Time, Hour
of Twilight, Well of Eternity, and Dragon Soul. As well as a brand new
boss inside Baradin Hold for your killing
- To help players get every
opportunity possible to face off against Deathwing and the other bosses
inside Azeroth, Blizzard will introduce the Raid Finder, much like the
current in-game Dungeon Finder, except that this new addition can be
used by players to find groups for raid instances. This new feature
will hopefully ensure that raiding will become an option for more
players than ever before!
- Patch 4.3 will introduce the
exciting Transmogrification feature which will allow players, for the
first time ever, to customize the appearance of their gear.
are some restrictions to the Transmogrification process, overall this
process should help players satisfy their need to be unique.
Storage in Patch 4.3 will offer players more space to store their
- In game hoarders everywhere
rejoice; Blizzard has heard our pleas and finally, in Patch 4.3, we
will have some extra space to store our junk besides the bank or our
overly cluttered bags. This new storage will provide 80 extra slots and
requires a small fee for each item placed in and drawn out. Because of
this fee this is the perfect location to store items that you
won’t be using much, such as armor you may be holding onto
for Transmogrification. Learn more about this new storage system on
Blizzard’s page dedicated to Void Storage in 4.3.
& Northrend Quest Flow
- Think leveling through
Outland and Northrend is easy now? Wait until you try it post-Patch 4.3
as the amount of experience needed to
get from 71 to 80 has been reduced by 33%. Still not easy enough for
you? Most group quests in these zones have been redone making them
easily soloable by any player, making Outlands and Northrend in Patch
4.3 a perpetual leveling cakewalk.
Head over to page two to see
the upcoming changes for classes in Patch 4.3.