World of Warcraft Follower Dungeons

World of Warcraft sets daily limit for upcoming Follower Dungeons feature

World of Warcraft players can gear up for the introduction of Follower Dungeons in the upcoming Seeds of Renewal content update, set to launch next week. To ensure a seamless and enjoyable experience for all players, the developers have implemented precautionary measures for the feature’s initial release.

During the initial phase, players will be subject to a maximum limit of initiating 10 Follower Dungeons per day per account. This strategic measure aims to facilitate a smooth transition into the new feature, allowing players to explore the exciting realms of Follower Dungeons without any hiccups.

It is essential to note that Follower Dungeons, specifically designed for Normal difficulty, will be officially marked as ‘started’ upon the creation of the instance. Importantly, this limit will not affect regular non-Follower dungeons where players team up for traditional adventures.

The World of Warcraft development team is committed to ensuring the success of this new feature and Blizzard reveals in a blog post to actively monitor its impact once live in all regions.

Follower Dungeons - Initial Daily Limit - (source)

WithFollower Dungeons34arriving next week in theSeeds of Renewal11content update, we’ve added some precautionary measures for the feature’s initial release to help ensure a smooth experience for all players. The initial limit will be that a maximum of 10 Follower Dungeons can be started per day per account.

Note that a Follower Dungeon, which can only be run at Normal difficulty, will be considered as ‘started’ once the instance is created and that regular non-Follower dungeons with players will not be impacted by this limit.

We will actively monitor the impact of this feature once it’s live in all regions and look into adjusting the limit at some point in the future. Thank you for your understanding.

Follower Dungeons and more in new content update

In the Seeds of Renewal update, players between levels 60-70 can now dive into solo or group adventures in Normal difficulty Dragonflight dungeons like Halls of Infusion and The Azure Vault. Team up with NPC allies and earn gear tailored to your specialization, just like in any other Normal difficulty dungeon.

Besides the new Followers features, more is coming in the World of Warcraft Patch 10.2.5 The Seeds of Renewal update that is scheduled to launch on January 16: introducing the new city of Bel’ameth, extending Dragonriding to all old-world continents where flying is permitted, and introducing new character customizations.

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