48 dailies are 48 dailies too many

48 Dailies are 48 Dailies too many
Matt Rossi recently posted about Vaneras’ blue post regarding questing and dailies. If you didn’t catch the original post, here’s a rather edited version in the interest of brevity containing just the sections I’m talking about today. Do hit the source link for the full version if you want to.

Of these 1300 quests, roughly 300 of them are dailies.

The dailies are of course randomized, which means that you will never log in and find that you have 300 daily quests to do. We expect that if a player has progressed sufficiently with the neutral factions, and thus advanced to their maximum possible quest availability, you would have around 48 quests available on any given day.

I want to draw your attention to the last line: “48 daily quests available on any given day.” Forty-eight daily quests. Of course, the daily cap has also disappeared in Mists, so you can do those 48 quests every day! Lucky, lucky you. And there are 300 or so in total, so they won’t be the same every day; you’ll get something like one in six, although hopefully it won’t be quite that predictable.

Why has Blizzard done this? Well, they want to increase the amount of max-level content available to the playerbase. It’s an admirable goal, but I can see a few downsides with the daily quest-focused approach they’ve taken.

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