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According to Mr Heimburg Blizzard's B team is now working on the game, with more talented internal developers working on other projects. It would be an odd decision, to move your key talent from a franchise which still has over ten million subscribers.
Eric Heimburg has been involved in the MMO scene for a long time and has worked on Asheron's Call 2 and Star Trek Online. He talks about the bugs which have crept into World of Warcraft and how instead of being tweaked immediately, they now take longer than ever.
MMOZine Issue 13 For our latest World of Warcraft coverage, click here to download MMOZine Issue 13 for free."More and more little mistakes have crept into the game recently - changes that are positive on the surface, but have not been implemented with the finesse that makes them worthwhile."
But we cannot see WoW's dominance changing and the fact that a there isn't much management oversight, may make forthcoming changes more radical and exciting for gamers.
"When the game stops being in the spotlight, the live team suddenly gets a lot more flexibility to make the game fun, instead of being forced to stick to now-outdated "design visions"."
The article is posted on the right, offers gamers an insight into what may be going on at Blizzard towers. We may see some big changes over the coming months.