World of Warcraft players are no strangers to world firsts, so it's not shocking that just mere hours after the latest expansion, Shadowlands, launched we already witnessed one take place. Just three hours into the launch, Monkeylool of EU-Al'akir became the first player to reach level 60.
World of Warcraft's Shadowlands expansion went live yesterday as the MMORPG turned 16 years old, and Blizzard was quick to let players know about some pretty substantial changes from the beta to the live version. Namely, dungeons won't unlock until you reach the zone they dungeon is in.
If you weren't logged into World of Warcraft when the content switch was flipped on, you might be waiting for a bit as players are reporting issues trying to get into the recently released World of Warcraft expansion.
If you're looking to listen to some tunes whilst waiting for Shadowlands to unlock, Warcraft has you covered as the soundtrack to the expansion is now on Spotify.
World of Warcraft's hotly anticipated expansion, Shadowlands, launches today. Over the weekend, Blizzard shared an update to remind everyone as to exactly when you'll be able to enter the Shadowlands in your region.
After a year that seemed like it was somehow ten years and ten days simultaneously, we are finally about to head into World of Warfract: Shadowlands. There's one more week of the pre-patch left, and then a new dawn will rise for both the Alliance and Horde. But how's the pre-patch going so far? If you haven't participated in the pre-patch event or have only done some of it so far, there will be some spoilers here.
As the much anticipated release of Shadowlands approaches, Blizzard is celebrating the launch with the release of a new cinematic trailer, titled "Beyond the Veil," setting up the next expansion in the World of Warcraft universe nicely.
With World of Warcraft: Shadowlands quickly approaching, players are growing eager. Last Tuesday, players were finally given new story content to play as the Death's Rising expansion has begun. In thi guide, Chris will help you speed up the process of getting to 50 to start your adventure in the Shadowlands come November 23rd.
World of Warcraft is free to play for players up to a certain point, but there are plenty of fans who have left Azeroth for one reason or another. Those players, who might have to pay the sub just to jump back in a for a few days, have a chance to check out what's changed since the last time they were in the World...of Warcraft thanks to a Welcome Back Weekend.
With the November 23rd release of World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, like any new expansion it's bound to bring in new players to the venerable MMO. This handy guide can serve to help those new players get their bearings as they start their adventure in the Shadowlands.
In a series of short World of Warcraft videos, Blizzard shows Ardenweald, Revrendreth, Bastion and Maldraxxus "from above", though from the videos shown, the view angles are far more intimate than that. Each video is less than a minute, with the first released late last week, not long after the new release date for Shadowlands was announced.
In a tweet today, Blizzard announced that the delayed World of Warcraft: Shadowlands finally has a new release date. Coming this November 23rd, Shadowlands will also host a pre-launch event on November 10th to set up the release later in the month.
Shadowlands is bringing with it some monumental changes to World of Warcraft. This guide is intended to help players who used to play World of Warcraft but have been out of the game for a while and have now returned after the 9.0 Shadowlands pre-patch. There will also be a new player guide, which we will link to once it's posted.
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