Blizzard has increased the drop rate of the World of Warcraft Fallen Charger mount

Blizzard has increased the drop rate of the World of Warcraft Fallen Charger mount

If you have played World of Warcraft, you will find that in WoW's latest patch "Chain of Domination", the Fallen Charger mount is one of the rarest and most elusive items. Since the patch was released two weeks ago, it has been difficult for players to find the mount, which makes the Fallen Charger mount quickly one of the rarest items added to the game in recent memory.

Fortunately, Blizzard significantly increased the drop rate of Fallen Charger on Thursday. He added a patch to the WOW TBC Classic Gold game to double the speed at which the mount falls. Before the release of this patch, players can swipe their mounts an unlimited number of times a day, accumulate the number of kills, and hope to encounter the reins of Fallen Charger. Players will now see items falling at a higher speed.

Recently, Blizzard stated in an official post published on the World of Warcraft forum that the original design intent of Fallen Charger was to make it similar to Time-Lost Proto-Drake, but this setting does not match the behavior of other rare generations in Shadowlands, so They changed it on the PTR to be similar to other rarities, and players want to organize to defeat it because the drop chance is meaningful enough.

Blizzard said that the TBC Classic Gold current mount needs to be repeatedly and constantly honed in the Group Finder, which may make many people feel more and more frustrated. Therefore, in order to counteract the dramatic increase in the frequency that players see mounts falling, Blizzard has implemented a daily lock on Fallen Charger to prevent players from killing actual mobs who drop mounts multiple times a day. In this process, players will need to consume a large amount of TBC Classic Gold. For those players who don't have much time to play games, this is not a small number. Therefore I recommend MMOWTS to you.


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