WoW Patch 10.1: Devastation callers should no longer cancel disintegration

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from Susan Brown
Part of the class balance work that’s being done with WoW Patch 10.1 involves the devastation caller and the fact that it’s currently more worthwhile to cancel disintegrate and re-channel than to fully cast the spell. Blizzard’s developers find this unintuitive and that’s why they do it manually.

The much-announced WoW Patch 10.1 brings not only a new area, a new raid, a new M+ press and a new dragon for dragon riding, but also countless class adjustments. Among other things, the Shadow priest major renovation work subjected. Less blatant, but still noteworthy, are the announced changes for the Devastation Caller, the DpS spec of the new Dragonflight class. The developers at Blizzard find the disintegration gameplay to be unintuitive and something needs to be done about it.

The developer’s comment on this from the preliminary patch notes for WoW Patch 10.1: “We’re thrilled with the response to Devastation Caller and the enthusiasm players have expressed for this playstyle. In Embers of Neltharion, we’re making targeted adjustments to a few key talents to address an aspect of the talent’s overtime loop.”dragon fury” fix at which it may be optimal “disintegration” cancel and recast again and again to avoid the effects of “Feed the flames” and “causality“. This specific behavior is quite counterintuitive, and the following changes are intended to ensure that full channeling of Disintegration is the more rewarding way to play. Otherwise, we’re targeting the new Talent Raging Inferno and the revamped version of “imminent destruction“Add more splash damage gameplay options.”

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Below we have the details available so far about the devastation caller in WoW (buy now ) Patch 10.1 translated for you.