World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria Summary
Blizzard unveil World of Warcraft's 2015 plans, "exploring the possibility" of in-game tradeable game-time
What's in store for World of Warcraft in the new year?has put together a post on . One thing that stands out is the possibility of an in-game tradeable game-time economy popping up.
Blizzard likes the idea of "surplus gold to cover" some of the subscription cost, just like some other MMOs. Other things for 2015 include "more-direct routes" with flight masters.
has gone and turned the world of Azeroth upside down as they prepare to remove the once sacred law that, in order to play as a Death Knight, you had to already have a level 55 character.
The idea that you could start out as a level 55 was a huge change for World of Warcraft, but now with level 90 boosts available it's "no longer relevant." The requirement lifts in the next patch.
The insanity that isis almost ready to plague the United States, simulating if you will the national panic of a zombie apocalypse-style rush for consumer goods. has joined the madness.
That means there are savings to be had for StarCraft 2, Diablo 3 and of course the big cheese, World of Warcraft. The latter includes all expansions up to Warlords of Draenor, the latest addition.
Yet more spoilers from the world of legal paperwork ashas trademarked something called "Eye of Azshara" in the mystical land of Benelux, which really isn't a zone in Azeroth, but in Europe instead.
Now in lore, Azshara was the highborne elven queen who sort of let Sargeras and the Burning Legion out of their crazy box. Surely then World of Warcraft is already gearing up for its next expansion?
Did you just accidentally type out the world 'delete' on your World of Warcraft character? Well not to fear because soon Blizzard will let you circumvent time and space to get them back.
There are some limitations with this new power of the gods in our hands, such as only characters over level 50 can be recovered "at any time," while others are time sensitive.