BlizzCon is this weekend, and the upcoming World of Warcraft expansion Legion is sure to be shown off, as it was revealed back at Gamescom. It seems now that Battle.net may have leaked the expected launch date for the game.
An official product page appeared for Legion, probably prematurely that detailed the expansion, and the product image sported the line, "Expected game release on or before September 21st, 2016." The image also boasted preorders would receive a Level 100 character boost as well as early access to the new hero class debuting in Legion, the Demon Hunter.
The expansion's price was also listed, with the standard edition costing $49.99 and a digital deluxe version bundled with an in-game mount, pet, and digital content for Diablo 3 and StarCraft 2 for $69.99.
What is confirmed about the Legion expansion is that it'll increase the level cap to 110 and feature a new area called The Broken Isles. Other features include the aforementioned Demon Hunter class, new customizable weapons, new dungeons and new raids, as well as a new PvP progression system.