World of Warcraft Articles
With World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic fast approaching, some of the features (and their costs) are being made known to players to continue their journey into Outland. During the initial announcement on Thursday, Blizzard also detailed the cost for some of its convenience services, including a $35 fee to clone your character across both Classic and TBCC servers.
Blizzard has just announced the release date for World of Warcraft's long-anticipated Burning Crusade Classic. Mark down June 1 on your calendars.
New leaked screenshots of the Battle.net launcher suggest that World of Warcraft's The Burning Crusade Classic could be launching as early as June 1st.
Robin is back with her latest installment of Arlee in Azeroth, and this time she's talking a little Sylvanas Windrunner, and how a redemption arc might be a good thing.
In case you missed it, Blizzard published Chains of Domination PTR notes for World of Warcraft's upcoming expansion. These notes are pretty extensive and cover off classes, Covenants, PvP, and much, much more.
World of Warcraft's Game Director Ion Hazzikostas talked about the release timing for its upcoming Burning Crusade Classic and Shadowlands' Chains of Domination in a recent interview, giving a glimpse into the release timing for the two major WoW releases this year.
If you've had questions on Legendaries in patch 9.1, World of Warcraf'ts Ion Hazzikostas may have some answers. In a recent interview, he discussed several details, including whether or not you can refund Legendaries.
So here's something fun for all you Horde. A new World of Warcraft book called Warcraft: Sylvanas is set to release on November 9 and, as you guessed it, chronicles Sylvanas Windrunner to provide her definitive story.
Robin was on vacation this past week, and thus out of the loop on many things, including all things World of Warcraft. However, a few things caught her eye when she returned to real life. Here are a few of those stories for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
For those who have been waiting for Patch 9.1 of World of Warcraft to hit since it was officially revealed at BlizzConline 2021, the wait is almost over. Yesterday Blizzard detailed the patch notes hitting the PTR for Chains of Domination, inching the next part of the story in the Shadowlands saga ever closer to release.
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.