World of Warcraft Makes Last-Minute Tweaks To The Netherlight Crucible
It’s been a few months since the Netherlight Crucible first came out on the World of Warcraft Public Test Regions back in June. Turns out that not everyone is a fan of the new artifact feature, prompting Blizzard Entertainment to make a few last-minute adjustments to make it more desirable.
“We’ve made a final tuning pass on the Netherlight Crucible to ensure that its powers behave more like the trinkets that you know and love.
In general, these changes are intended to bring the value of the various powers closer together, and ensure they’re desirable choices for players. We’ve loosened the restrictions these powers had on the PTR, so effects that previously did not take your character’s modifiers into account are now improved by things like Haste and Critical Strike, and relevant buffs or debuffs that are part of your class. We also updated numerical tuning to take those changes into account.”
The changes seem to favor the Haste stat which non-Haste class users were quick to point out in the official forums. The Netherlight Crucible is part of the Patch 7.3 Shadows of Argus update which introduced the final zone in the World of Warcraf: Legion expansion. Learn more about Patch 7.3 from Lead Encounter Designer Morgan Day in the video after the break or head over to the World of Warcraft official forums for more info.