World of Warcraft: Legion will be the current PvP honor system

With the upcoming expansion World of Warcraft: Legion will be the current PvP honor system remodel tidy. One does not want to discard only the PvP armor, but to introduce totally new PvP talents and motivation through cosmetic upgrades produce – whether that can be done?

Replacing the honor system

The honor system, as it is currently used in World of Warcraft, will disappear. Replaces it with a new level system, with which you can improve your PvP skills. Honor Points fill so – just like experience points – a progress indicator on. Depending on your new “PvP Level” get your new talent points that you can distribute it free on new skills. These skills work but explicitly only in PvP and PvE have no relevance!

Level 50 – and then?

Whoever has reached the level 50 PvP who can actually sit back and relax, because his pure power no longer grow from then on. All talents and preferences have been unlocked so far. But it would not be a MMORPG, so if the game would be over, right? Anyone who wants to can “promote” and thus can reset their own PvP level back to 1. Although this one loses the already learned PvP talent, but comes in the preference of some optical enhancements. Thus specific mounts can only get hold of if you rolled back a few times and the own character portrait is always impressive, the more you can go through this procedure. The team has planned further incentives, such as extra loot, gold and exclusive artifact skins to keep long-term PvPers at the bar and to reward them accordingly.

Disappearance of PvP gear

According to recent statements, there will be no Legion with pure PvP gear more! Conversely, this would indeed mean that it is the strongest armor in PvE, but even that has hitherto been denied. In general, the attribute differences are to be minimized in PvP. Currently a character with full high-end PvP gear is twice as strong as one who carries the beginner PvP armor. This gigantic benefits one wants to shrink and gives an example: A character who possesses the high-end equipment to raid, PvP only about 7% more than someone who has only just reached the maximum level. This is mainly done again by a sophisticated adjustment system of the character values, which raises weak armor and better clothes lowers to a normal level – small advantages but still provide good armor.

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