Battle For Azeroth is an upcoming expansion for the popular MMO RPG, World Of Warcraft, and Blizzard Entertainment has announced that it will be making changes with the upcoming expansion like the removal of First Aid profession from the game.
First Aid profession has been in the game since its launch in 2004. Blizzard Entertainment announced through its official Twitter account confirming that Battle For Azeroth will remove the First Aid profession from World Of Warcraft.
In Battle for Azeroth, any crafts you’ve learned in the past will still be there and not need to be re-learned, with the exception of First Aid. Tailoring and Alchemy crafts, bandages, and anti-venoms that used to be in First Aid will have to be re-learned.
The First Aid profession allowed players to heal themselves or their allies and also to remove poison effects and removing this feature from the game entirely rather than modifying it is a drastic step from Blizzard Entertainment and no reason has been given by Blizzard as to why they are removing this particular profession altogether.
Speaking of Blizzard Entertainment, a report has made way on the internet that Diablo 3 is in the works for Nintendo Switch despite Blizzard’s claims that it is not. The report didn’t confirm if the Reaper of Souls and Rise of the Necromancer expansions will be coming to Switch or not.
This comes following Blizzard Entertainment teasing Diablo 3 for Switch through a post on Twitter and fans got more than excited.
However, the studio clarified that the intent of the Tweet was not to tease the game for the hybrid console saying “As of now, we do not have any current plans to announce Diablo for Switch”.
Battle For Azeroth is the upcoming expansion for World Of Warcraft and is scheduled to launch on September 21, 2018.