Thats great, leveling 60-80 specially.Leveling 110-120 is okay if not for the npc sprint at 120 ;) But with some warfronts you're up to 330-340 ilvl and the balance is back.And really there will always be people complaining about everything. Even if there is nothing to complain, that will be their complaint ;)Tx Blizz for scaling leveling and adjusting it to a fun pace, and yes i understand your commercial interest in selling character boosts.
Just do 1 island expedition at 110 and youre 111, like rlly?
I sometimes wonder if Blizz breaks things that weren't broken just to "fix" them (IE: just giving us a quarter of what we had before) later down the road so we can all go "SEE! They're listening!"...This is better news than nothing.
Why even bother, just make the default toon lvl 100. Then people could just jump right in and continue wasting actual players time in raids and m+ by having zero clue how to work as a team to get the job done or even what abilities to use. Games too hard err ug me plays gud.
I love leveling, but I find this change to be great...especially between lvl 60-80. TBC and WotlK leveling zones didnt age really well in my mind....but everything from Cata and later is really great (1-60 included)
So in other words in typical Blizzard fashion they shoved a change down our throats, we told them it was dumb and months later they're finally catching on.Also BFA leveling is a joke. No nerfs necessary there.
It's nice to see that Blizzard are making subtle changes to the leveling requirements. Albeit, in my opinion no changes are really needed, I've leveled several toons quite easily, including all the new Allied races. But, never the less subtle change can be welcomed rather than criticized.I'll particularly enjoy finding more information on the acquisition of Draught of Ten Lands, I do like the sounds of having access to a consumable like this in the future, paired with the heirlooms.
I`m really not getting what commendation vendor we are talking about here.
Finally. I really hated that 60 to 80 range.I was thinking of leveling a priest, but I think ill wait for this change.
People struggling with BFA leveling seem to all have one thing in common: they ignore side quests, like why? Why would you purposely nerf yourself like that? Do all the quests you come across, if something is off the beaten path, but you see it, do it. There's no reason not to. You will get more reputation and more AP from those, and most importantly exp. If you've leveled 1 toon the wrong way and ignored side quests and found you didn't hit cap after doing all 3 zones and then you choose to do that again and ignore side quests, something is fundamentally wrong with you.
I don't mind this change, though it makes me wish they'd expand the expansion brackets downward. Let me hit up Northrend at 40, Pandaria at 60, etc. As it is right now, even without heirlooms you outlevel expansions in like two zones.