World of Warcraft Articles
While this week saw World of Warcraft's The Burning Crusade Classic Beta reach a level cap of 70, opening up Heroic Dungeons, Raids were still left on the table. Blizzard announced that raid testing will be begin next week, inching ever closer to a full TBCC launch.
The World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic's beta is ongoing and players can now start to level their toons up to 70, opening up even more content to test before the expansion launches fully later this year.
World of Warcraft's spring event, Noblegarden, starts today and is running through April 12th. During the event, players can collect eggs, chocolate and more to collect pets, toys and other rewards.
This past weekend, Blizzard developer Omar Gonzalez was reported to have left the company, joining Dreamhaven. Gonzalez was pivotal in bringing WoW Classic to life, developing the first prototype of Classic.
Some people freaked out that 9.1 Chains of Domination was super delayed because the Burning Crusade Classic beta had started before 9.1 went to the PTR. Robin, however, was pleasantly surprised. She explains why in her latest.
The World of Warcraft community have voiced their concerns over 3v3 matchmaking ratings and how it feels nerfed. Blizzard has chimed in with their thoughts and potential solutions they're looking into in order to address the community.
Shadowlands players are waiting for the next major patch to continue the story started last fall with the release of World of Warcraft's latest expansion. It looks like the wheels are turning to get Chains of Domination in the testing phase.
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic is currently undergoing beta testing ahead of its impending launch, and players might have noticed a bump in the level cap. Previously it was 64, however it's now been pushed to 68.
Robin checks out the upcoming Burning Crusade Classic, as Blizzard has opened up the beta last week. What is it like to be back in The Burning Crusade, all these years later?
Blizzard made the announcement today via the forums that they will be addressing a bug with Vengeance Demon Hunter magic damage in World of Warcraft's upcoming weekly reset on March 30th. With this reset will also see some changes to Tank passives.
For those who like to grab their World of Warcraft game time in 30, 90 or 180 day increments, Blizzard has some news for you. Announced today, the company is doing away with the more incremental purchaseable game time options, instead opting for just the 60 day option in addition to WoW Tokens and the standard subscription fee.
For those eagerly awaiting the beta of the first real expansion of World of Warcraft Classic, your wait is over. The Burning Crusade Classic's beta is now live, though you'll need to have been received an invite to join in the fun.
And now for some good news. A new World of Warcraft charity pet program is now live where you can donate to a good cause.