WoW Dragonflight players demand major changes for professions ahead of release

. Last updated: July 24, 2022

World of Warcraft players are hoping Blizzard will make big changes to how professions work once the Dragonflight expansion releases.

WoW’s forthcoming Dragonflight expansion will give the popular MMO a massive shakeup, adding both a new class, Evoker, and a new race, Dractyr.

While Dragonflight will add tons of new content and change key systems like talent trees, there is one specific system that WoW players are asking Blizzard to change.

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Dragonflight is scheduled for a 2022 holiday release date.

WoW Dragonflight fans are calling for changes in professions

Reddit user Nyko7 posted on the WoW subreddit asking Blizzard to make big changes to how the main professions work.

In the post, which immediately shot to the top of the subreddit, they explained why the company should make drastic changes to the professions: “Blizzard should remove Herbalism, Mining, and Skinning from the ‘Primary Professions’ category and reclassify them to ‘Side Professions.’ or create a “collect professions” category for them so players are not forced to choose skinning if they want to do leatherworking, and then it blocks space for another more exciting/better profession like engineering/alchemy etc.

Despite labeling the post “Unpopular Opinion,” many in the comments section believed the changes would be a good idea.

One user said, “They should all let you do it, it’s weird that you can throw a fireball but you can’t pick up a flower and a rock at the same time.”

Although Dragonflight plans to overhaul tons of how professions work, none of the changes are as fundamental as players would like to see.

With a few months left until the expansion launch, WoW fans are hoping Blizzard is still listening to feedback.

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