Patch 6.0.2, the pre-expansion patch, is a few weeks away from live realm launch and is already available for testing on the private test realm or PTR for those of that had not played the beta.
One of the major changes we liked was that blizzard adopted the bag styles of some much loved bag ui mods, lets go a little more in depth.
1. Inventory Management
The noticeable improvements to inventory overseeing could very easily be one of the big quality of life improvements headed our way once this patch lands. Each of your game bags can be given among the following designations: equipment, skills and consumables.
If you click the new Tidy up button all items will be sorted in your various bags based on these designations much like the current game modification Genie. Items will also get colored borders matching their rarity for being easily identified and vendor trash items should have a coin symbol indicating that they’ll be sold with simply no worry. In addition, tradeskill items can currently stack beyond 20 up to new welcomed maximum stacked items with 200.
These are trade skills, players can now unlock a new tab into their banks for keeping reagents. This new storage for recyclables will clear upward your bag room and keep it that way as crafting items won’t require reagents to be carried by the smoothness – they’ll be pulled directly in the bank and reagent standard bank if needed.
A new Toy Box could be the new home for each of the fun knick-knacks we’ve grabbed and be obtainable in a new window comparable to that of the actual pets & brackets window. This new system may also show the toys you haven’t yet collected and describe ways to acquire them. An new carrot on any stick!
Could it advance? Yes! Blizzard is adding another tab on the Void Storage system giving us another 80 slots for storing equipment we genuinely wish to hang on to.
All of these changes will certainly make inventory much easier and a great deal more efficient. Having to delete a specific thing to make room for a brand new one will now be something we do a lesser amount of of.