Requirements relaxed for World of Warcraft dual specs

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 18 March 2009 18:30 GMT

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Blizzard says that the requirements for WoW dual talent specialization have been relaxed for the game’s next patch.

Dual specs will be available to those level 40 and above instead of the previously stipulated 80, will cost 1,000 gold to access, and players will no longer be required to be near a Lexicon of Power to switch talent specs. It can happen anywhere as long as you are not in combat, but know that it takes five seconds to switch, and all mana and other resources will be at zero afterward.

There’s a bunch of other stuff on Eurogamer.

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