If you started World of Warcraft recently this problem should probably tell you something, and maybe even woke some up trauma previously buried. In fact, if you have not yet mounted a character in World of Warcraft your first progression will necessarily require you to be successful this step, and until the next patch, from this disappointment.
An abusive step for new players?
When you haven’t leveled up a character yet until level 60 in World of Warcraft you will necessarily have to go through the leveling Battle for Azeroth and then stop at Kul Tiras AND Zandalar. Once you reach level 30 and full of good will, you decide to go buy, for 300 gold representing maybe all your luck at that point in the game, your ability to fly in those areas.
Small problem, once back in Zandalar, impossible to take off From flooring, and there is a “good” reason. In fact, to fly in these areas it is necessary, in addition to the acquired flying skill, to have completed a extremely painful success.
Many beginners therefore found themselves penniless, and above all nailed to the ground. However, 5 years after its implementation, Blizzard is coming back to this error.
A fix in the next patch?
Good news for new World of Warcraft players, this story is almost over since Blizzard announced to go back to this problem with the patch 10.0.7. With this patch, there will no longer be a problem of having to farm for a long time to hopefully be able to use your flying ability and you will be able to complete missions in these areas much faster. A change in quality of life you may not have expected from Blizzard, but which will no doubt appeal to gamers who have had to deal with this somewhat disappointing emptying of their wallets.
Are we heading towards higher quality of life like this in future patches for World of Warcraft? Fans would probably be pleasantly surprised.