World of Warcraft is going strong with the new expansion being it's 7th expansion, that's 7 whole new content over the years and we still get a fresh expansion.
The announcement of Blizzard Vanilla servers got nearly as manic a reaction as the expansion. Alliance players can explore three new zones set in the island nation of Kul Tiras, while Horde players will travel to three zones making up the islands of Zandalar. As such, they seem to already be cautioning players that it will take them sometime to actually activate these servers for public use.
It is pretty unbelievable to think that World of Warcraft, arguably the most popular MMORPG of all time, is still going strong 13 years after its debut. In addition to a vanilla server of the classic game, the MMO is seeing a major new expansion in 2018. Alliance players will be able to access Kul Tiras, while Horde players will be in Zandalar.
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"Before I get to the big news today, I want to talk about ice cream", Executive Producer of WoW J. Allen Brack told the Blizzcon crowd. Also, each race will come with their own unique cosmetic armor that can be unlocked once they are fully leveled. As a new age of warfare begins, Azeroth's heroes must set out on a harrowing journey in search of new allies, race to claim the world's mightiest resources to turn the tides of war, and fight on several fronts to determine which side will lead Azeroth into its uncertain future. Gamers will explore these islands with up to two other players, but no two experiences will be the same; even when players visit the same island twice, they will find new challenges and missions. The overall level cap will also go up to 120, at which point the world quests and allied race emissaries will become available.
Blizzard's annual Blizzcon event in Anaheim, California kicked off on Friday with various game-related announcements, but the most surprising one dug back into the company's history.