World Of Warcraft Community Council Looks To Improve Communication Between Developers And Players

Blizzard has announced the World of Warcraft Community Council, a new way for players to engage with Developers to provide feedback and personal experiences to the team and a closed group of other members.

This forum will be available to all the selected members and the WoW team but will be visible to the public, although they will not be able to share any comments directly into the thread.

Blizzard will be looking to invite players who participate in many different playstyles, from hardcore raiding and Mythic+ to transmog and mount collecting.

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Players who wish to apply to participate in the Community Council can do so via the Submission Form or read more on the official WoW post.

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World Of Warcraft Community Council Looks To Improve Communication Between Developers And Players

This new community communication feature comes after many changes are being made to World of Warcraft coming into patch 9.1.5 which many people had been suggesting since the beta of Shadowlands.

If this new community council is successful, it will help the developers receive direct feedback from specialist members of the community from each respect gameplay area.

While 100 people may not be much to invite to a feature like this, the quality of feedback can be greatly appreciated by the developers who can get a general sense of how the player base feels, and there is always an opportunity to invite new players if that is necessary.

The application process is now open and players can expect more information once the 100 players have been accepted into the council.