WoW fans sometimes have nothing better to do in online roleplaying than to come up with interesting (or tedious) challenges to prove something to themselves or as a favor to their community. That's what happened to WoW streamer AplonTV. He had reached a subscription goal on his channel, and so his trip to a level-60 hero who levels exclusively in the first-person perspective was decided. His community, he reports in his Reddit AMA (via IcyVeins), then still had the freedom to decide for him what class and specialization to level with, as well as what expansion to level in. "It was torture," AplonTV comments in his AMA. The choice fell on a demon hunter who has to rampage through Pandaria.
Three things were the worst for him during his challenge, according to AplonTV. The particle effects of spells and abilities just painfully killed the frame rate in WoW's top-level perspective. Furthermore, AplonTV also felt it was a shame that he couldn't see his own character's spell animations the entire time. And: "In the rarest cases you can see enemy models, because you're really only looking at the waistband of your enemies the whole time", AplonTV notes. You can read the full AMA on Reddit. On top of that, other players report how they tried out the first-person perspective of World of Warcraft (buy now €14.99)with their characters for a while. The tenor: "It makes everything about a million times harder, so kudos [to AplonTV] for pulling it off. "Support buffed - it only takes a minute. Thank you!
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