The Mausoleum of the First will go down in history as one of the toughest WoW raids. Even seven weeks after the mythic mode opened, as of this typing, not even 30 guilds have defeated the dungeon master on the highest difficulty. In Sanctum of Domination, the Hall of Fame on the Horde side was already full.
Even the top guilds took just under three weeks in mythic mode. This tugged at the nerves so much that it led to organizational problems and outright burnouts for World First contender Liquid. We don't want that to happen again in the World First Race in the upcoming Dragonflightexpansion. Also read these interesting stories6
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Hazzikostas promises no unhealthy race
In an interview with pcgamesn, WoW's (buy now ) Game Director Ion Hazzikostas commented on the problems guilds face in Race to World First. He admitted that there has been a "bit of an arms race" as teams try to "outdo each other," and Blizzard wants to "make sure it doesn't get to a point where it's unhealthy or frustrating or takes the fun out of the participants and viewers."
Hazzikostas says Mausoleum of the First "took a little longer than we would have liked" and that "the ideal length is probably around ten to eleven days" - that's the "sweet spot" the studio is aiming for with Dragonflight's first raid. But that's easier said than done.
"Trying to hit that mark from a tuning perspective," Hazzikostas says, "creating boss encounters that are hard enough to challenge the best guilds, but at the same time don't drop too fast, but aren't too hard either, that's more of an art than a science in many ways." How long do you think the Race to World First in WoW should last from start to finish? We're eager to hear your opinions in the comments.
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