World of Warcraft Articles
The World of Warcraft PTR update for 9.1.5 continues seeing a bunch of updates to continue fine-tuning the new upcoming release.
Some new ways to have fun in WoW Burning Crusade Classic, with the release of Overlords of Outland. The update brings some new raids, opens arena season 2, adds some quests, and even adds the much needed Looking for Group Tool.
The World of Warcraft team has shared a list of updates and events for both current development and some changes and content for Classic. It's a packed list with a variety for everyone.
World of Warcraft's 9.1.5 PTR update features many quality of life updates, but one in particular looks to make one common task much easier for all. Now you will be able to fly while dead.
Another couple of weeks have gone by, and most people are talking about what 9.1.5 looks to be bringing with it. However, I still want to talk about the current raid, Sanctum of Domination, especially compared to Castle Nathria. Also, Domination Sockets and shards... I have so many thoughts about those. However, I want to talk about something else first.
The latest World of Warcraft update, 9.1.5 is live on the PTR and the update brings new character customization options, new quests, weather effects, balance changes for classes, and more.
Blizzard has started making good on its promise to remove references in World of Warcraft to the names of several former employees involved in recent controversies, including the ongoing lawsuit against Activision Blizzard in California.
Overlords of Outland's pre-patch is coming tomorrow and the developer behind the Burning Crusade Classic update to World of Warcraft Classic is detailing updates to its Looking for Group interface.
World of Warcraft Shadowlands 9.1.5 is going into PTR next week and brings with it some long-requested community features.
In a post on the forums, Blizzard community manager Linxy addressed the lack of customization in World of Warcraft's Shadowlands expansion.
Robin has been trying to write their World of Warcraft column now for week, but just has no been able to bring themselves to fully do so. Well, having got their thoughts somewhat untangled, Robin is back to talk Blizzard and WoW.
Activision Blizzard has confirmed to Kotaku that former creative director Alex Afrasiabi was fired from the company following allegations of misconduct during his tenure at the gaming giant. The confirmation comes as part of a larger report into what was called the "Cosby Suite" at Activision Blizzard, which was also referred to in the complaint filed by a California agency.
World of Warcraft's team finally put out a statement in the wake of the Activision Blizzard lawsuit which broke news last week. The statement, which doesn't directly reference the lawsuit or any specific actions alleged by the California agency which filed the complaint, the statement does acknowledge the hurt caused at the studio and affirms its stance to "take immediate action" to better protect its workers and players.