WoW Classic: Arathi Basin and Bonus Weeks go live - Patch Notes
With the 15vs15 Battleground Arathi Basin and the Battleground Bonus Weeks, the first content of Phase 4 in WoW Classic will be released this Wednesday, March 11. In keeping with Arathi Basin, there will of course once again be associated factions for Horde and Alliance, where you can increase your reputation and earn various rewards. For more information, check out this article on PvP, the Honor System, and Battlegrounds in WoW Classic.
Until the German patch notes are released, you can read the English patch notes below. Hotfixes are updates that are applied server-side without the need to download new data. Some of the changes listed below will take effect as soon as Blizzard implements them, while others will only take effect after an announced realm restart. Please note that some issues cannot be fixed without a client-side patch. Our World of Warcraft Classic overview page with the latest news, specials, and videos can be found here.
WoW Classic: Patch Notes as of March 10, 2020
Features Arathi Basin Join the League of Arathor or the Forsaken Defilers as they battle for precious resources. Pitting 15 members of each faction against each other, the race is on to be the first to 2000 resources, capturing strategic landmarks around the Basin to increase your team's gain and cripple the enemy. There's never been a better time to join the war. Arathi Basin will unlock at 3:00 p.m. PDT (6:00 p.m. EDT) on Wednesday, March 11. Battleground Holidays Most weeks, Warsong Gulch, Alterac Valley, and Arathi Basin now enjoy holidays that begin on Thursday night at midnight and continue until Tuesday morning. During a holiday, emissaries from that Battleground will be found in the major cities, and honor/faction rewards for performing objectives in that Battleground are increased. Bug Fixes and Updates There is now a warning dialogue when players enter a raid that has an active raid lockout, giving players the chance to avoid accidental raid saves. Harvesting gathering nodes that are on zone boundaries should now be more reliable. Many particle effects and transparency effects now display more accurately. For example: Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of the Windseeker will appear brighter than before. Perdition's Blade will appear brighter than before. Particle effects on the Warlock and Paladin class mounts will be less pronounced than before. Fixed an issue that could cause Nefarian to momentarily fly away after revealing his true from at the beginning of Phase 2 of his encounter. Players who are Honorless Targets are now immune to Mind Control. Hunter Player-controlled pets now move in a straight line to their target when commanded to attack, rather than defaulting to behind the target. Shaman Mana Tide Totem should now reliably deliver a fourth tick of Mana Tide. Warlock Blood Pact is no longer re-cast when Amplify Curse is used or Nightfall procs.
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