During BlizzCon 2019’s opening ceremony, World of Warcraft director Ion Hazzikostas took the stage to address the game’s 15th anniversary, as well as new updates for both Battle for Azeroth and WoW Classic. For WoW Classic, it was revealed that Phase Two will include the much-awaited PvP honor system, as well as two new world bosses. Fans will not have to wait long as Phase Two is all set to roll out on November 12.
The PvP honor system will allow players to earn PvP ranks, unlock faction-themed titles, and new gear rewards. The played a large part in WoW Vanilla, gaining popularity despite being one of the most time-consuming aspects of the game. This is great news for WoW Classic players who have finished most of the initial endgame content. It’s also a welcome development for those who’ve been waiting to battle other players and climb up the PvP rankings. Some players have even organized raids aimed at the enemy faction safe zones just for fun.
The Honor system changes the way world PvP works with the addition of Honorable Kills, Dishonorable Kills, and Contribution Points. Each week, players will be given a title and rank according to their current amount of Contribution Points. This rank lasts for the week and will then be updated the following week, depending on that player’s PvP activity. In addition, our site 5mmo.com has a large quantity of safe WOW Classic Gold For Sale.
The value of the Honorable Kills are also going to be weighed against the rank and level of the defeated player. If you defeat players that have more PvP experience, you earn more contribution and reach a higher rank. It won’t be the same when beating players who are new to the battlefield. Each week your rank is going to be updated based on the activity relative to other members of the faction. This means you really need to grind if you want to rise to the top of the rankings.
Even though we’re getting the Honor System, Battlegrounds won’t be arriving until the next update at an unknown date. The PvP portion of Phase 3 Three will include Alterac Valley and Warsong Gulch as the first battlegrounds released to WoW Classic.