The World of Warcraft update 6.1 is bringing us a lot of interesting features that would be new to the game. For instance, the game is getting a S.E.L.F.I.E camera thanks to the patch and it was also confirmed that Blizzard will be adding support for color-blind people.
There is a lot more that the patch 6.1 has to offer, and it wouldn’t do justice to it if we just try and list a few of the things. So the developers think that you should preload it and try it out as soon as the clock ticks launch.
As of now, you will be able to preload the update to your World of Warcraft installation through the Battle.net app.
However, it is going to be a background download so you better make sure that the app is set to allow the download right away – you can attend to that in “settings.” The update should start after that; even if it doesn’t, there is nothing that a restart can’t fix.
With that being said, the patch is also bringing some (hopefully) interesting improvements to the game’s visuals through lighting upgrades and anti-aliasing techniques. You will also get the Heirloom system and finally, Twitter integration.
The World of Warcraft patch 6.1 went live on the public test realm in the last week of January, and finally everyone will be able to experience the changes that it is going to bring on February 25 i.e. the official release date of the patch 6.1.
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