After the inglorious end of J. Allen Brack as head of Blizzard, Mike Ybarra and Jen Oneal are known to form the new dual leadership of the WoW forge. Mike "Qwik" Ybarra in particular is seen by many as a beacon of hope. He has been a passionate WoW player for a long time and seems to understand the problems of the players better than his predecessors. And he's obviously annoyed by the same things - such as the hit cap for many area attacks introduced with Shadowlands. Since the launch of the current expansion, most area attacks only hit a certain number of enemies. This frustrated M+ players in particular, as large pulls were now much more ineffective. And after all, it was those monster pulls that were particularly fun.

Fans are now once again hoping that this change might soon be reversed. Because Mike Ybarra at the head of Blizzard is not a particularly big fan of it himself. In one of his live streams, he was recently slightly annoyed during a Mythic-Plus run in The Andre Side when he said "Uncap AoE!

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Well, as the new co-leader, who thanks to his experience is likely to have the final say within the new dual leadership when it comes to gameplay, it would certainly be within his power to change that. The question is more whether he really wants to. First of all, other developers will probably have something to say about it, and secondly, you don't have to find everything bad that annoys you during gameplay.

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