Battle for Azeroth’s latest raid went live last week, however the actual race for world first is barely simply starting. While top-tier guilds have been practising the raid all week, its Mythic issue solely unlocks at this time (tomorrow for EU gamers).
Battle for Dazar’alor is a barely uncommon raid, pitting Alliance and Horde gamers in opposition to the identical bosses, however in a special order. That’s prone to confuse the world first race barely, because it’s potential that completely different guilds shall be tackling completely different bosses at completely different instances, and we’d get completely different world first winners relying on which facet of the battle gamers are on.
It stays to be seen whether or not Battle for Dazar’alor shall be as tough a raid as its predecessor. The final boss of the Uldir raid took the UK’s Method guild more than a week to complete, with Mythic G’huun solely falling after 9 days (and a fairly hefty nerf). Method’s closest rivals, Limit, got here in extraordinarily shut behind, felling the boss just some hours later.
The race noticed an enormous following on Twitch, with 200,000 individuals tuning in to look at Method’s win, taking World of Warcraft to the highest of the streaming platform.
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Whether the guild will be capable of safe their eleventh closing boss world first stays to be seen, however I do know that the race is prone to be entertaining. Partly, that’s right down to the flashback mechanic it’s taking pictures for, and partly it’s because of Mekkatorque, an Alliance boss whose battle guarantees to be fully chaotic.