Battle for Azeroth Replaces PvP Servers With Optional Switch

Adjust Comment Print

A year ago, there were even rumors that a revival of the classic World of Warcraft server was in the works. But fans will now finally be getting what they want, with an official vanilla WoW release called World of Warcraft Classic. 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. Sadly, this server will be a huge undertaking and probably won't be ready for a while, but the process can be sped up if anyone who owns one of the original server blades sends it back to Blizzard.

World of Warcraft is a game that has been part of millions of lives for a very long time now. Both sides are rallying their forces for an all-out conflict on a scale never seen in the World of Warcraft. With that said, do you plan to hop into World of Warcraft Classic? To start with, players will gain access to 6 new playable sub-races, 3 for each faction. "As a new age of warfare begins, Azeroth's heroes must set out on a journey to recruit new allies, race to claim the world's mightiest resources in order to turn the tides of war, and fight on several fronts to determine whether the Horde or Alliance will lead Azeroth into its uncertain future". While Blizzard has not given a date to experience all the new stuff, including a higher level cap and new dungeons and raids, you can opt in to the beta test on your profile page. Additionally the Isle's of Azsroth will allow teams of three to explore and take loot while competing against others.

At BlizzCon 2017, Blizzard has announced the World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth expansion which will introduce new features and content.

Manhattan attacker used a truck - urban terrorist's weapon of choice
He said he heard five or six shots and the man in the tracksuit fell to the ground, the gun still raised in the air. Authorities say he drove the truck down the path intentionally, killing eight people.

Game director Ion Hazzikostas took center stage to break the good news and explain a little bit about how it will work for those that may have skipped out on the latest expansion.

Following on from the tensions that have grown through Legion, it's bringing numerous story beats that have built up over the last decade together, into the titular battles to take control of Azeroth.