Maximum Number of Characters per World of Warcraft Account has Increased from 50 to 60:
Wowhead has revealed that in the Public Test Realm (PTR: Dragonflight), the maximum number of characters per World of Warcraft account has increased from 50 to 60! This decision is excellent news for players that have already reached the previous limit of 50 players!
Hero Class – Dracthyr Evoker:
With the introduction of the new Hero Class: Dracthyr Evoker, many players were probably at 50 characters already and faced the dreaded decision of what character to delete to free up a character slot. Thankfully, for those players, this won’t be an issue now!
However, for players with multiple accounts (including myself), this opens up more options for gold-makers. More characters available gives us the freedom to cover more realms, thus opening more gold-making opportunities.
Dragonflight Profession Overhaul:
As I’m sure you’re aware by now, the Profession overhaul coming to Dragonflight will emphasize specializations making certain professions profitable. However, with the addition of 10 extra characters, gold-makers can cover more specializations which will help cut costs and improve their profit margins.
Furthermore, with Wowhead’s findings, I logged in to the PTR today (25.10.22), and I could create 54 characters, so it does appear that the maximum number of characters per World of Warcraft account has increased from 50 to 60!
The character limit change would be an excellent decision from Blizzard; I was hoping they’d make a change in this area. However, increasing the character limit to 60 is a welcome addition for all players!
Sadly, I reached the 50-character limit on two accounts; this will give me the freedom to create a Dracthyr Evoker on each account now.
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