New Quality Of Life Improvements Are Getting Added To World Of Warcraft's Trading Posts

World of Warcraft's Trading Posts UI is getting some much-needed quality-of-life changes in Patch 10.2.

By DShelley, Posted 04 Oct 2023

Finally! World of Warcraft players can rejoice as some exciting new quality-of-life changes are being added to World of Warcraft's Trading Posts user interface, which should hopefully make navigating the shop a little easier. These new quality-of-life changes will be a part of the upcoming 10.2 Patch for World of Warcraft titled - Guardian of The Dream.

If you're a longtime World of Warcraft player, then you are most likely unfamiliar with the Trading Post as it is a recent addition to the game, the feature was added in February of this year. As for what players do in the Trading Post - They can complete monthly activities in order to earn Trader's Tender, which they will use to spend at the Trading Post where they can choose to buy a variety of stock that will rotate on a monthly basis. Due to it being a recent addition to the game, the Trading Post does come with a few issues, one of the major ones being its clunky UI design which has been the biggest gripe amongst players.

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However, it would seem that the clunky user interface will soon be a thing of the past with Patch 10.2, the Trading Post will be receiving its much-needed quality-of-life features which will hopefully, make browsing the monthly stock a little less frustrating. As of writing, the Trading Post's stock is currently sorted by price and goes from the most expensive item to the least. Patch 10.2 is currently available on the Public Test Realm, players will now be able to sort stock in numerous ways, from name, price and even by their availability in the shop. On top of all that, players will also be able to sort in both descending and ascending order.

With the Trading Post almost being a year old now, it's nice to see World of Warcraft finally adding in the new UI feature. While the changes are appreciated, there is still one major issue with the Trading Post. The average price of certain items, as well as the total cost of said items, seems to be gradually increasing with each passing month, and it is most likely because Trader's Tender is being included in microtransactions, something that Blizzard seems to enjoy implementing in their games despite player backlash.

Daman Shelley (@UndeadandTired)
Editor, NoobFeed

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Platform(s): PC
Publisher(s): Blizzard Entertainment
Developer(s): Blizzard Entertainment
Genres: Online Role-Playing
Themes: Online Multiplayer
Release Date: 2004-11-23

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