Blizzard begins Warcraft 3: Reforged's road to recovery with 2GB patch|| Warcraft 3 2020|| Warcraft 3 tricks|| Warcraft 3: Reforged has received its first major post-launch patch - an update that weighs in at just over 2GB - while the boss of Blizzard has admitted "it's been a bit of a tough week" after the game received a mauling online|| Warcraft 3 reforged 2020||

Warcraft 3: Reforged has received its first major post-launch patch - an update that weighs in at just over 2GB - while the boss of Blizzard has admitted "it's been a bit of a tough week" after the game received a mauling online.

But don't expect sweeping changes to the game from this patch, which brings Reforged up to version 1.32.1. It targets bug fixes and issues with Classic mode.

Of note, the animations, triggers and camera for a few cutscenes within the campaign are tweaked. With regards Reforged mode, Blizzard has adjusted animations and portraits for multiple units and buildings. according to the patch notes, all menus are now distinct between Classic and Reforged graphic settings. Blizzard said its method for achieving this (it's applied a sepia tone to the background images for Classic) may be a temporary solution to raised inform players whether they're playing in Reforged or Classic.

Here's how the main menu in Reforged looks:

And here's how an equivalent menu in Classic looks:

Of course, this patch doesn't address a number of the key issues players have with Reforged, like the loss of leaderboards and clans. Blizzard has said it's performing on restoring online features for all Warcraft 3 players, so it's like which will come in a future patch. (Don't expect significantly changed cutscenes, though.)

Speaking during Activision Blizzard's financial call overnight, Blizzard president J. Allen Brack talked about the negative reception to Warcraft 3: Reforged, and insisted the developers will stick to the game.

"Concerning Warcraft 3: Reforged, honestly, it has been a bit of a tough week," he said. "Our community has come to expect really amazing things from us and we've heard from them that we didn't achieve that bar.

"But we stand behind our games and have consistently shown that not only can we support them, but we still build on them even after launch and we're committed to doing that here also . So we're getting to still update the game and we'll still update the community with our plans going forward."
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