WoW: Shadowlands 9.1.5 Patch Notes Show AOE Cap Is Being Removed

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands' upcoming 9.1.5 patch is now live on the game's public test realm, and fresh patch notes reveal even more changes coming to Blizzard's MMO that hadn't been previously disclosed.The biggest of those changes is the removal of the game's area-of-effect (or AOE) cap. Added in Shadowlands, the AOE cap makes it so many abilities which are capable of hitting multiple enemies can only affect a maximum number of targets. That will be going away in 9.1.5, which will see abilities that are currently AOE capped instead doing reduced damage to enemies beyond the first five targets.A developer note in the full patch notes explains the reason for the change:Continue Reading at GameSpot

WoW: Shadowlands 9.1.5 Patch Notes Show AOE Cap Is Being Removed

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands' upcoming 9.1.5 patch is now live on the game's public test realm, and fresh patch notes reveal even more changes coming to Blizzard's MMO that hadn't been previously disclosed.

The biggest of those changes is the removal of the game's area-of-effect (or AOE) cap. Added in Shadowlands, the AOE cap makes it so many abilities which are capable of hitting multiple enemies can only affect a maximum number of targets. That will be going away in 9.1.5, which will see abilities that are currently AOE capped instead doing reduced damage to enemies beyond the first five targets.

A developer note in the full patch notes explains the reason for the change:

Continue Reading at GameSpot