The Blizzard developers have recently adjusted the well-known “Recruit a Friend” program and lowered the requirements for those referred. From now on, the recruited player no longer has to be completely out of WoW for at least two years.
With WoW: Dragonflight, a lot of players have returned to Azeroth. Some of these were only paused for a few months, while others have suspended the full Shadowlands expansion. In addition, Dragonflight, like many expansions before it, has attracted some new players who have so far refused to be fascinated by WoW.
Both returning and new players have made use of the Recruit A Friend program. Active players can recruit new (or returning) players and receive some rewards. Unfortunately, for many returnees, that was out of the question because they hadn’t been out of the game long enough.
Recruit a Friend – now more interesting for returnees
To allow more of the players who skipped or left Shadowlands early to benefit from the program, the developers have now adjusted the requirements.
- Previously, only players could be recruited who had not had an active subscription or game time for at least two years – so were completely out of the game. The developers have now halved this period.
- In the future, all players whose WoW subscription has been inactive for at least a year can be recruited.
So if you dropped out at the start of Shadowlands, you now qualify for the Recruit-A-Friend program.
Do you also know many players who play for WoW (buy now ): Dragonflight have already returned or are thinking about coming back to Azeroth? Or do you find it a bit inconvenient to make this change now, after many players who would have benefited have likely returned?