"It wouldn't make sense to open [The Tomb], so we're pacing that out." That's kind of a special thing for a genre that is continually at pains to keep up with the rate at which its players can tear through content.
Ironically enough, though the patch is named after this raid, The Tomb of Sargeras won't be available for months."We're trying to frontload development and making sure we have a ton of content left in the pipeline to keep players engaged and keep them playing throughout the story of Legion while we slowly begin working on the next big thing," Hazzikostas says.Hazzikostas won't comment much on what lies beyond The Tomb of Sargeras, but we do know two things: Patch 7.3 is already in development and if the small tease that was dropped as Blizzcon 2016 is anything to go by, it'll be a patch to remember.Despite how much I adored Legion at launch, I couldn't help but worry if its great first impression would last.As senior producer Travis Day points out, "You can't judge a full feature length movie by the first 15 minutes." Now that 7.2 is here, however, I've stopped worrying about Legion's future.