The levels themselves aren't the problem: it's the new abilities and enhancements that come along with them.
Blizzard wasn't just inventing the rules of the game.While the Burning Legion has been the big-bad for quite some time, there's bigger threats that players have already had a taste of.The world-corrupting , both present an infinitely greater threat to Azeroth.But one of its biggest flaws was that, with 85 levels, it was a lot of points to manage."At some point the entire system becomes an incomprehensible mess," Hazzikostas explains."Story-wise, we try to think two expansions ahead at this point," he says.
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the whole talent tree for a system that, for now, is a lot simpler.
Every 15 levels, you select a talent from one of three choices.
More recently, Legion overhauled each class entirely, eliminating non-essential abilities to refocus on what makes each archetype appealing.
But it's a problem that nearly every area of World of Warcraft struggles with.
"If we keep adding and adding with every expansion, eventually what we end up with becomes very unwieldy.