sale uggs Die Bedeutung des Raidfinders und des Gruppenfinders
Das Ziel des Raidfinders wird mit Warlords of Draenor sein, dass er eine Möglichkeit für Spieler darstellt, den aktuellen Raidcontent sehen zu können. Lore spricht in diesem Zusammenhang vom Der Gruppenfinder soll dazu dienen, dass sich festere und bessere Gruppen bilden können, vielleicht welche, die nicht die Zeit für eine feste Stammgruppe oder ähnliches haben, die dann Normal oder Heroic im Flexmode gehen.
Der LFR ist zwar dann ebenfalls flexibel was seine Spieleranzahl angeht, aber soll im Schwierigkeitsgrad dann deutlich unter den anderen liegen.
Raid Finder currently struggles from a bit of a double identity. On one side of things, we want it to be a fun, low stress environment for people who want to be able to experience new raids, but would rather not devote the necessary time from their week that joining a full time raid team can often require. Something that you can just jump into, see the new bosses, and be done with in, say, an hour or so, without too much concern.
At the same time, however, Raid Finder has been trying to fill in as a form of endgame progression for a lot of players. There a very real difference between the casual player who just wants to see the new stuff, and the raider who can commit to a regular team but still wants some meaningful progression. Prior to Patch 5.4, Raid Finder was all that player really had, so we wanted to provide them as much gameplay as we could while still considering the needs of the Not exactly an easy task, and although we been happy with what we accomplished so far, we feel we can do better.
That where Flexible Mode came in. We been absolutely thrilled to see how well Flex has worked out, not just technically but also in how much the community has embraced it. We originally designed the feature focused on smaller or less hardcore guilds who maybe couldn guarantee a full roster every time they wanted to raid, but we been pleased to see that it also been working extremely well for pick up groups (particularly through third party services such as OpenRaid or oQueue).
In Warlords of Draenor, we implementing a completely new Group Finder, which will allow players to find or create cross realm groups for pretty much anything, including raids. We think that sort of environment finding an organized group, with a leader, and strategy, and possibly even using voice chat will be much more appealing and enjoyable for the player who craves an endgame raiding experience but can find a team that fits their schedule. Plus, having an easy to use in game Group Finder will, we believe, make finding such a group just as easy as queueing for Raid Finder (or easier, if you often find yourself in Raid Finder groups you rather not be a part of).
That, in turn, will allow us to take another look at Raid Finder and how exactly it should be tuned. I don have any specifics to share (we simply aren at that point in development yet), but our hope is that we be able to better provide for both the raider and styles of gameplay as a result.
In summary: if you looking for meaningful endgame raid experience, we like you to do Flex, and we want to make it easier for you to do that. If you just like to see new stuff (or even just take a laid back approach to raiding), we like you to use Raid Finder, and we want to make sure that fun for you.