Cross-Server Dungeons Coming to WoW

Eurogamer is reporting that Blizzard will introduce cross-server dungeon grouping in World of Warcraft in a future patch, possibly v3.30 and before the release of the Cataclysm expansion. According to the report, the technology will allow for parties of up to five individuals, however there will be support for larger raids later on, according to Blizzard.

The cross-server gaming will draw players together as seen with the current queue system used in the player-versus-player Battlegrounds, yanking them from the same pools of servers--aka Battlegroups--in their region. "The feature will make it much easier to find "pick-up groups" to run dungeons with, and reward the leader of a successful group," the site stated.

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  • lancelot123
    YEAH! Shame on them for making their game better! Who do they think they are?! /sarcasm
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  • Raid3r
    WTF...man these guys are scum...they see a little wain in their players and they bring what should have been broughten years ago.. pathetic.
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  • daship
    Impressive. I'm on a slow server and quit cause how hard it was to get a dungeon group going.
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  • imspecial
    Bout damn time!
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