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World of Warcraft Patch 4.3 Dragon Soul Testing Scheduled for October 17/18

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This past weekend, World of Worldcraft players were able to raid the The Well of Eternity.  Today, Daelo has announced that several patch 4.3 Dragon Soul raid bosses are scheduled for testing on the Public Testing Realms.  Depending on testing results, this should mean a release date for World of Warcraft's final raid content patch should be coming in the near future.  The first boss, Warlord Zon'ozz will be available very shortly, so prepare the guild!

Just announced, "Today and tomorrow we're going to try and test the remaining bosses in Dragon Soul on 10 player diffculty."

Here is the official PTR Raid Testing Schedule for October 17 and 18.

Oct 17

  • 14:30 PDT - Warlord Zon'ozz (10 player)
  • 16:30 PDT - Hagara (10 player)

Oct 18

  • 10:15 PDT - Ultraxion (10 player)
  • 11:45 PDT - Warmaster Blackhorn (10 player)
  • 14:30 PDT - Spine of Deathwing (10 player)
  • 16:30 PDT - Madness of Deathwing (10 player)

Daelo did say there will be additional testing scheduled int he upcoming weeks including 25 player and Heroic difficulties, both in the morning and afternoon.  Unfortunately, there will not be any testing during Blizzcon.

"As always, the scheduling for PTR testing will be VERY fluid. Tests can be announced, canceled, or rescheduled at a moment's notice depending on build and server status, outstanding bugs, etc. I will try to give as much advance notice about tests, but that is not always possible. Also note that these encounters are all works in progress."

 

 

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