Dragonflight Internal Alpha spotted in the Blizzard catalog

Dragonflight Internal Alpha spotted in the Blizzard catalog

Dragonflight Internal Alpha spotted in the Blizzard catalog

although World of Warcraft announced dragon flight a few months ago, little information about the enlargement has come out since then. However, some enthusiastic World of Warcraft fans just found the internal alpha for World of Warcraft: Dragonflight on the Blizzard catalog.

The Blizzard catalog was recently updated to include the dragon flight internal alpha. This means that the server systems have the encryption needed to start and support a dragon flight internal alpha build alongside the other Public Test Realm or live server builds.


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With this in mind, World of Warcraft could schedule his alpha test for dragon flight Very fast. However, this is the internal alpha, so it’s likely this catalog item will be for Blizzard developers, as well as close friends, family, and a select few other individuals. Neither an open alpha nor a closed or open beta has been formally announced for dragon flightalthough it is currently accepting submissions on its official site.

Earlier, World of Warcraft game director Ion Hazzikostas stated: dragon flight was well into the development cycle. About a month ago, during an interview with Popular World of Warcraft content creator Taliesin, Hazikostas said the alpha testing would begin “Soon ™, but also soon without the ™.” As the dragon flight internal alpha started sometime in the next few months, it would be pretty soon indeed. That said, the schedule would be in line with the alpha test cycles of previous expansions, and if it stayed that way, it would mean players could expect dragon flight beta testing before the end of the year.

Players have been eagerly awaiting more information about World of Warcraft: Dragonflight† The announcement of the expansion in April was met with optimism, especially given the poor reception of the Shadowlands extension. However, with the positive reception of the content in Wow Patch 9.2.5, many World of Warcraft players have high expectations of dragon flight

That being said, World of Warcraft is not out of the woods yet. Many critics have already given up hope on Blizzard due to unpopular development decisions like in Diablo ImmortaI, and because of the ongoing controversy surrounding last year’s lawsuits. With Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard still pending, Blizzard finds itself in a period of change and uncertainty. With its reputation, revenue and future at stake, it’s no exaggeration that: World of Warcraft: Dragonflight perhaps the most important Wow expansion Blizzard has developed for the venerable MMORPG.

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Source: Wowhead