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Daily Quests and Quest Log Changes in Battle for Azeroth
28/03/2018 à 21:42
Quests have been the core progression system of World of Warcraft ever since its inception, back in 2004. Blizzard, in order to accommodate and track those, created the Quest Log before the game ever was open to the public. In the beginning, the Quest Log could hold 20 quests, which Blizzard considered a decent amount at the time. Time passed and, with the system becoming bigger and better, the Quest Log capacity was increased to 25 during The Burning Crusade. Ever since, this quantity was left untouched, regardless of some community cries for an increased amount or even an unbound Quest Log.
With the gigantic flows of changes that keep happening during Alpha testing, sometimes quality of life improvements can go unnoticed. Like this change that was hinted to us by
As we received that tweet we went to alpha to investigate it. The bad news is that, sadly,
the Quest Log limit wasn't increased beyond 25
. The good news is, however, some quests are
counting towards that limit anymore! Any quest marked as 'Account Quest', like many Battle Pet quests, no longer count toward the 25 quest limit from the quest log! That means you no longer need to abandon quests like
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to make room in an alt Quest Log when you decide to level it.
Besides that, while tracking low-level quests, daily quests received a new effect, making it easier to spot them:
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