By Tom Bowerman | 06/20/17 09:50:10In recent years, the Battle.net team has come to accept some of the most controversial features of the online multiplayer game.
One of those controversial features, of course, is the “warcraft” prefix, which allows users to play as a character of a different race or gender.
With the release of Warlords, the prefix will no longer be available to users.
Instead, the Warlords team has chosen to remove it entirely.
The reason behind the decision was explained to the WarCraft 3 community by the game’s creator, Blizzard Entertainment.
“We wanted to make sure the players who were using it would know what it was,” said game director Dustin Browder in a recent interview with Eurogamer.
“So we didn’t want to make the change for people who are just going to be playing as a guy or a girl.”
It’s not clear what the reasoning for removing the prefix is.
The game has been available for several months, and some players may not realize that the new prefix is now being removed, which means they may be unsure what to do.
For those who are unsure, the only way to continue playing the game is to change the prefix on your Battle.
The prefix is an optional feature that will allow players to play their characters of a particular race or ethnicity.
The prefix was introduced in the beta version of Warcraft 3, which was available from October 2011 until December 2012.
The team initially had a limited number of players in the game, and in the following months, they added new characters to the game.
In addition to the changes to the BattleTag system, Blizzard has also removed the Warlord name, which is the most important element of the BattleTags system, as well as the “warchief” prefix.
The BattleTag and Warchief names are important because they allow players with a certain race to differentiate themselves from others, and they serve as a way for players to find each other in the battle.
However, the game has also made some changes to how they’re displayed on the screen.
In the beta, the names were displayed in a format that would have looked very similar to a picture, so they didn’t look very appealing.
In the beta release, the battle was not only displayed as a picture of two characters fighting, but also two pictures of the characters on a table.
This change will make it more visually appealing for the user to identify a certain character, but it also makes it harder for players with certain race or sex to find their teammates.
It also means that the game will be more difficult to find in a community with a large number of users, which could cause issues for people with disabilities.
“In the past, people would look at the game in a more stereotypically male or female way,” Browder explained.
“This is not a problem, but we wanted to change it to something that people would be able to identify.”
In a recent video posted by Blizzard, Browder explains how the changes will be implemented in the final version of the game:The changes to BattleTag will also include the removal of a feature that was introduced with the beta.
In previous versions of WarCraft, the player could change the name of a specific character that had a different color than the main character’s name, or he or she could also change the color of the armor worn by a character, such as a ranger.
However in the new beta, that feature was removed.
In other words, if you had a yellow character, you could no longer change your character’s color to yellow, or you could only change your armor to yellow.
This change will help to alleviate some of these concerns.
Browder also said that there will be an update to the Warchild tag system, which will provide more options for players.
You can read the full story from the Eurogamer interview with Dustin Browden over at Eurogamer by clicking here.