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2.2.3 Patch Notes

Patch 2.2.3 is now live. This is simply a bug fix patch for issues that have cropped up due to 2.2.0 and 2.2.2, but there are no doubt a number of problems folks will be happy to see fixed. You can check out the full notes below.

World of Warcraft Client Patch 2.2.3

The latest patch notes can always be found at

Bug Fixes

  • Clients utilizing OpenGL video modes will no longer experience graphical anomalies and missing textures after minimizing/maximizing the window.
  • Fixed an issue that caused Fel Eye Stalks during the Legion Ring event to not despawn when the event is completed.
  • Fixed an issue where zoning after mounting and summoning a pet was disconnecting players.
  • Fixed an issue where the Shift key would get stuck in game.
  • Using a /equip macro while affected by certain crowd control spells will no longer cause the items in the macro to be stuck in your inventory.
  • Using very low values for SetScale() will no longer cause Mac users to disconnect from the game.
  • Default sound channels have been changed from 12 to 32.
  • Microphone resources will no longer be claimed by World of Warcraft when Voice Chat is disabled.
  • Sounds will no longer stutter and pause if large amounts of creatures are being hit with AoE attacks from multiple sources.
  • Sounds caused by spells cast on or by the player will now play more consistently.

While you're waiting for the servers to come back up, be sure to check out the unofficial 2.3 patch notes we've compiled thus far from information available about the next content patch.


  • #1

    the resized debuff are to make it easy for you to distinguish between your debuffs, and debuffs placed by others.

    It was a welcome addition. I'm even using xperl now where the difference is even more, and I prefer it like that. anything that makes 'at-a-glance' assesments easier is a thumbs up change of an UI.

  • #2

    finally fixed the Shift key thing. awesome. that was the worst.

  • #4

    I don't think they listen in but the voice chat is terrible----you have to turn up your mic volume all the way to even hope to be heard and even then some people can't be. The sound is also distorted for some people. It has serious issues and Vent is definitely the way to go until it's fixed.

  • #5

    Voice Chat disabled forever - Vent FTW. Don't really need Bliz listening in on all the terrible stuff we talk about on vent.

  • #6

    The voice chat sucks. Vent is still the way to go IMO

  • #7

    Those microphone resources have been really annoying me *punches waist* /sarcasm off

    It would help if I had Voice Chat on my server :-D

  • #8

    cool =) I wonder when they're planning to enable the voice chat function on my server...

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