World of Warcraft: Dragonfligh XP Requirement to Level Up Has Been Reduced
World of Warcraft: Dragonflight has hugely cut back on the long road to max a level. Blizzard has decided to treat their fans by cutting the XP required to increase levels in half. When the expansion drops at the end of this month, players can immediately enjoy a 57% reduction in the XP needed to go from level one to level 60.
It would seem that this is going to be a permanent change for World of Warcraft: Dragonflight players to enjoy. Unlike the franchise’s traditional temporary boosts for gaining XP, it will now be much faster than it has ever been.
The XP that players need to get from level 49 to 60 has been taken down by approximately 70%. This indicates that those who are left off somewhere in Shadowlands can max their level in as little as two hours. They just have to make use of XP-boosting items as well as a good questing route.
Blizzard has actually been hastening the leveling experience for World of Warcraft: Dragonflight over the years. They have been purposely loading zones with multiple quests and enemies. It would seem that the game’s entire world scales to the players’ level. As soon as they hit level 10, they can choose whichever zone they want to visit.
According to many fans, the Warlords of Draenor zone contains the highest concentration of quests and bonus objectives. These will get them loads of XP rewards for doing relatively little. They can combine these with the efficiency of the new XP requirements, activating PvP Warmode, rested bonus XP, and XP boosts from heirlooms. In a span of just a few days, they can zip up to level 60 easily.
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