Blizzard Entertainment announced in its announcement today that low-density servers in World of Warcraft will be combined with crowded servers. The merging process will continue for the next two or three months.
World of Warcraft, which debuted in 2004, has evolved to evolve and evolve to the present day. So much so that although the game is so old, it still continues to be played by millions of players. The developer of the game, Blizzard Entertainment, also makes continuous announcements about the innovations that will come to the game.
However, Blizzard Entertainment’s latest announcement may upset some players, while others may be overjoyed. The company announced today that servers with the least populations in the game will be combined with servers with more populations.
The process will continue all summer:
Blizzard announced in its announcement that the entire server consolidation process will continue all summer. However, the company has not yet disclosed which number of servers will be involved in the consolidation process, which servers will be merged with large servers, or any details.
This will not actually be the first server consolidation in World of Warcraft history. Players who have been playing on the same server for a long time and now encounter fewer players will be delighted that they will avoid spending money to switch to a different server.
The servers to be merged during the server consolidation process will not switch to large servers at the same time. instead, Blizzard Entertainment will gradually consolidate servers every week for the next two or three months. Blizzard will send notifications to players before every week’s transactions.
When we think of the World of Warcraft world, we can say that this decision made by Blizzard Entertainment will delight almost every player. A short time before the release of the Shadowlands supplement package to come to the game, free switching from dead servers to live servers will make the affected players happy.