Wow gamers have actually found a hair salon bug where characters lose their fur animations, have strange facial expressions, and alter their body textures.
On Nov. 19, Reddit user Peberkat published an image on WoW’s subreddit revealing 4 characters that have actually been impacted by the bug. In the images, we can see a female Orc and a Female Undead character with various bodies and out of proportion faces, practically like they have 2 faces. There’s likewise a female Goblin with orange skin and a fur-less female Pandaren with similarly troubling faces.
According to the gamer, the problem is triggered by remaining in a celebration with somebody (apparently a Drachtyr) and utilizing the hair salon. When one gamer rests on the hair salon chair and goes into the modification menu, the other gamer (the one playing the Drachtyr) utilizes a product called a Reflecting Prism on the celebration member. This triggers the gamer resting on the chair to switch looks with the celebration member. Because they are in the procedure of personalizing a character of a various race, it triggers a bug with the character’s look where 2 various races combine, making the characters look like they do in the image above.
Numerous gamers in the post called it “problem fuel” while others discovered it entertaining and revealed their desire to recreate the bug.
This newest hair salon bug is certainly simply another amusing bug in WoW’s long history of bugs and problems, which will likely be repaired by an approaching spot. In the meantime, we need to simply take pleasure in the freak program.
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