World of Warcraft players will be interested in the latest Artcraft posted on the community site. In the article, the design team talks a bit about class accessories that are being worked on, including tomes, quivers, packs and more. The accessories are designed to give players even more customization for their characters than is even now available.
Hi, I’m Chris Robinson, senior art director of World of Warcraft, and welcome to a special edition of Artcraft focused on an idea that’s still quite early in the inception phase: class accessories. For a long time now, we’ve felt that our character classes could use some more visual customization options, and we’ve heard you might be thinking the same thing. When I play WoW, I see Hunters pulling arrows from thin air, firing shot after shot with no visible clue as to where that ammo is coming from. I’ve heard Druids speak fondly of mystical objects called Idols, and listened to Shamans talk of Totems. And my Paladin seems to have developed a strange hitch in his gait due to the lack of a Libram at his side.
Read the full post on the World of Warcraft community site.