The main issue is attempting to do anything which isn't the zombie infestation becomes challenging to perform, mainly because player zombies like to wow classic gold hangout at quest givers and other spots where plenty of gamers have a tendency to collect. Since this event also will come with a whole questline that occurs in the zones around Stormwind and Orgrimmar, there's ample opportunity to camp out and potentially infect as many players as you can. However, one positive shift in the last time that the zombie infestation occurred is that Blizzard seems to have made it more difficult to disperse it into the rest of Azeroth. Among the first things I did when I got infected was to hearth to Dalaran, but when I arrived, I was not infected anymore. However, I was able to carry it to Boralus via using the portal site in the mage tower, so it's not a perfect program yet.
The major thing to realize is two separate events are going on. There is the scourge invasion and the questline, which requires players to Icecrown and sends players on a goose hunt for Nathanos. Then there's the zombie infestation, which adds a small PvP aspect to everything. It isn't surprising a few people would want to get involved in the very first event but not the moment, as not everyone enjoys PvP or having their class and race skills taken away and replaced by additional skills. Blizzard could produce the infestation only active for one of those weeks of the invasion, however, that is no fun for anybody who misses that week and would want to engage. Honestly, the best solution probably would be to leverage the Warmode system. An infestation is essentially a PvP event , so having the capability to opt-in with Warmode makes sense. Even doing something where for the majority of the invasion, players needed to opt into the infestation by selecting Warmode, but at the previous week, even before Shadowlands dropped, the infestation would affect everyone, would most likely be the best solution.
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