According to a blue article published by Blizzard today, starting today, the release of the TBC pre-patches will cancel Daily instance caps of "World of Warcraft".
The developer stated that it will explore the possibility of increasing the daily limit of 30 dungeon instances when TBC Classic is first released in February. However, until now, Blizzard has been silent on this topic following BlizzConline.
"For the pre-patch and initial upgrade of Outland, we have raised the upper limit of how many dungeons can enter for every 24 characters in Burning Crusade Classic."
The upper limit was originally a measure taken to limit the impact of robots on the game before being banned, but this is not part of World of Warcraft, nor is it part of World of Warcraft.
The change is made after most players have used the dungeon milling strategy to upgrade through Classic, which allowed them to exceed the 30 instance limit per day.
This change that is about to happen now will benefit players who want to promote the new races Blood Elves and Draenei in the pre-patch starting today.
Many players are planning to use the resources and gold accumulated in the classic games over the past two years to upgrade the characters of these new races through dungeons. Lifting the daily cap on the dungeon will allow players to bring their new toon to level 60 faster than originally anticipated.
During the release of TBC, this change will enable players to avoid highly crowded leveling areas and instead use instance leveling, which will greatly speed up the speed.