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Blizzard are postponing the announced Destruction nerf after community feedback! The spec was supposed to get a change to its tier set that would drastically reduce it's AoE capabilities (but also got single-target buffs to compensate), and it was scheduled to arrive with this week's reset, but will instead come with Season 4. You can read more about this week's class tuning here.
Blizzard have now also added that they will also be nerfing Survival Hunters when Season 4 arrives.
Class Tuning (Source)
In response to player feedback, we have elected to not make changes to Destruction Warlock this week. We expect to adjust Destruction as well as Survival Hunter with the beginning of Season 4.
Previously in our April 20 tuning, we made adjustments to Destruction Warlock and Survival Hunter to reign in their performance in M+. Those changes did not turn out to do enough, and we need to make further adjustments, but we realize this will have a significant impact on players who have committed time and effort into those specs for the conclusion of the M+ season.
Please prepare for reductions to Destruction Warlock and Survival Hunter damage in high target situations at the start of Season 4.
We're back for another look at the Sepulcher DPS rankings, and it's looking very purple. But that may not last very long as Destruction's days may be numbered, with this week's upcoming class tuning poised to switch things up.
The Warlock duo remains at the top, but that's about to change as Destruction's long reign may be coming to an end this week, with the AoE nerf coming into effect. Demononlogy remains untouched so it may be our next overlord here, but Frost DK is very close, having moved past Survival this week, who also isn't that far behind. Just where Destro ends up remains to be seen, but it definitely won't be this far ahead of everyone else. Elemental is rising fast this week, moving 3 spots towards the top, as Unholy remains firm in 7th, and Marksmanship moves 2 spots up into 8th. Outlaw is also on the move, with a 3-point bump to 9th, as Arms closes out the top 10 in the same spot as last week. Affliction is getting a buff but it has also dragged itself out of the gutter before it, rising 4 spots up and leaving Subtlety and Frost to languish at the bottom.
95th percentile Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.
The top 5 is the same as last week in the generalist bracket, with Destro's days being numbered. We see Elemental also rise here, moving past Unholy into 6th. Arms is the next mover here, as it jumps 3 spots into 11th, as Affliction wins the most improved medal once again, moving up even more here than in the high percentiles - a huge 10 spots from its dead-last spot the previous week. We do have a bit of a sad sight at the bottom now though, as Subtletly and Balance do keep their bottom two spots, but are joined by all three Mage specs just above.
All percentiles Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.
Arms' multi-week domination has come to a close as Demonology unseats it and takes the throne in Heroic, with Outlaw remaining solid in 3rd and Frost DKs moving up 2 into 4th. Where Heroic REALLY starts differing from Mythic is No.5, where Balance Druid jumped in with a 4 spot move, a far cry from its long-held bottom position in Mythic. Affliction remains at the very bottom, but that may change soon, as Arcane and Assassination join it there.
All percentiles Heroic data by Warcraft Logs.
As always, if you want even more info on a spec, you can check out our class guides here, for a DPS tier list you can go here, or for even more data, head on over to Warcraft Logs. You can also check out our Sepulcher raid guides.
Here are two addons that look similar to the modernized Dragonflight UI.
Blizzard is looking to modernize the in-game User Interface in Dragonflight, letting you move elements around the screen to better fit your needs. We caught a short glimpse of the new UI during the Dragonflight Deep Dive panel. We must wait until the Dragonflight pre-patch hits live servers before we get our hands on the new UI.
However, you can get a very similar appearance using addons today. The first one's called Easy Frames.
The second addon is called SUI. It's an enhanced WoW UI with an intuitive and powerful configuration menu that's minimalistic and highly modular. SUI is probably the closest you can currently get to the Dragonflight UI.
Do you know of any addons that replicate the modernized Dragonflight UI? Let us know in the comments down below!
If you still haven't decided if the Dragonflight goodies are worth it, check out our detailed preview of their models and animations!
The base edition of the game includes the Dragonflight expansion and the Drakks pet. The battle pet has its own mount.
The Heroic version of the game features the Dragonflight expansion, Drakks, a level 60 character boost, and two additional goodies. Murkastrasza (battle pet) and Tangled Dreamweaver (mount).
This is an Alexstasza-themed battle pet.
The mount has a cool mount special animation.
The epic edition comes with all content from the Heroic Edition and 30 days of game time. Other cosmetics include Wings of Awakening (back slot attachments with 5 color tints), Diadem of the Spell-Keeper crown, and Timewalker's Hearthstone effect.
Wings of the Awakening
Cosmetic 3D back attachments themed after the 5 dragonflights.
Diadem of the Spell-Keeper
Timewalker's Hearthstone Effect
The Hearthstone comes with the following effects.
You can pre-order Dragonflight here.