World of Warcraft Introduces Daily Limit to Follower Dungeons in Patch 10.2.5
In the upcoming World of Warcraft Patch 10.2.5, known as Seeds of Renewal, a new feature named Follower Dungeons will be introduced. However, to prevent potential abuse and server overload, Blizzard Entertainment has implemented a daily limit of 10 instances per account for this feature.
Scheduled for release on January 16, Patch 10.2.5 introduces Follower Dungeons, allowing players to explore Normal difficulty Dragonflight dungeons alongside a team of popular World of Warcraft NPCs. This feature enables players to bypass long queue times, experiment with different roles and specializations, and tackle instances at their own pace. To maintain a balanced experience and address potential concerns, World of Warcraft community manager Bornakk announced on the forums a limit of 10 Follower Dungeons per player each day.
This daily limit is applied when an instance is created using the Follower Dungeon interface in the group finder, with the restriction being account-wide. It’s important to note that all other non-Follower Dungeon instances remain unaffected by this limitation. The implementation of this measure aims to ensure a smooth experience for all players by preventing potential abuse of the feature, avoiding server overload due to an excess of Follower Dungeons, and combatting potential bot activity focused on farming gold through NPC-assisted dungeon clears. Notably, the limit is not necessarily permanent, as Blizzard Entertainment has expressed its intent to monitor the situation and may make adjustments to the restriction in the future.
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