Blizzard May Allow Horde and Alliance Players to Raid Together

In the future, Horde and Alliance players in World of Warcraft will be able to team up during raids. Ion Hazzikostas, the director of Blizzard's MMORPG, hinted at this in an interview for the VentureBeat portal.

According to Hazzikostas, the dig has been thinking about inter-faction raids for a while, but the development team still has a lot to think about for implementation. From the point of view of the plot, the game designers do not see any problems in this – according to Hazzikostas, this organically fits into the universe.

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After all, if Jaina and Thrall work together in raids, why can't Alliance and Horde players?

Hazzikostas also noted that this option will solve a lot of social problems in the game. For example, it will become easier to gather groups on some regional servers, as the pool of available players will become much wider.

Previously, World of Warcraft players criticized Blizzard for the long wait for updates. Shadowlands' 9.1 patch may be the longest running in the game's history.

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