World of Warcraft’s new server transfer system has been delayed yet again, this time to avoid disrupting the game during the weekend. The latest delay comes just weeks after the original date was pushed back, and players are frustrated with the continued lack of transparency from Blizzard.
New World has announced that they will delay server transfers again to avoid disrupting weekend play. Read more in detail here: new world video game.
Amazon Games stated last week that server transfers for New World players will be delayed in order to address certain “edge case” issues that had been identified. At the time of writing, the developers had indicated that the transfer procedure will begin this week. Now that the week is almost over and no server transfers have been made accessible, gamers are probably wondering when they’ll be available. The developers returned yesterday with a new update: Transfers are once again being postponed, delaying the transfer service into next week.
What is the new reason for the delay? According to the statement, the developers do not want to interfere with the game’s busiest period of the week, the weekend. “We’ve been working nonstop on this feature every day to meet our deadline estimates,” the article continues, “but releasing it now would imply downtime, server balance shifting due to transfers, Wars that may not go through owing to changed lineups, and the like.”
The post does, however, state that the “final piece” for server transfers is in place, and it also promises that several communications will be released in the near future, including more specific details about the transfer feature’s rollout and a deep dive into the lessons learned over the past few weeks. If you’re eager to switch from one server to another, you’ll have to wait a few days longer.