Let’s assume you have been playing World of Warcraft since a while. You’re likely to be familiar with rankings. WoWProgress is the best place to search them and other metrics.
You want to tell me you haven’t heard of wowprogress number one ranking site? You don’t have to worry, What’s With Tech is here!
You can improve your game whether you are a novice or an experienced player. You’re sure to find the information you need, from a Mythic+ list sorted by region, to realm-specific info, and tons of cool player statistics, etc.
What is WoWProgress?
You will be able to easily grasp the concept and features of this extremely useful website once you have a visual reference. Look at all Plexstorm the tabs and search options available to you!
It was a ranking site, and I remember thinking, “meh”. It would become THE place to find critical information (M+ scores and guild), I didn’t know. For me and a lot of World of Warcraft players, it was a great place to find critical information.
Guilds & Teams
This will give you information about the progress or item level of all the guilds. You can also choose to display the current guild rankings globally. You can filter the results by:
- Raids per week
- Status of recruitment
- Mythic+ Teams
For season 7.3.0, you can see the current list of Mythic+ team members. You can add your Mythic+ team to the list if you are interested in dungeons (but you must register first). You can sort the teams by:
How WoWProgress can complement your gameplay
You know, back when I was a hardcore wowprogress player, I had a single site (a site basically) that contained all my valuable data, metrics and rankings. It was vital!
I can still recall going through forums, sites and what not to find the relevant rank information, appropriate guild and player registration, complex realm information, etc. This takes far too much time, which you could spend on something else, like playing wowprogress..