Blizzard is Bringing Back Vanilla 'World of Warcraft'

Blizzard is Bringing Back Vanilla 'World of Warcraft'

Blizzard is Bringing Back Vanilla 'World of Warcraft'

Arguably the face of the MMO/RPG's World of Warcraft gets a brand new cinematic trailer and as per usual it's absolutely incredible to watch even if you aren't a World of Warcraft die-hard.

Horde players (why would you choose anything other than Horde?) will journey to the empire of Zandalar to recruit more for its side of the cause. Six new playable Allied Races, a level cap of 120, more dungeons and raids, and a 20-person PvE mode inspired by "classic Warcraft RTS battles" are also lined up for the expansion. A particularly inflammatory remark came when one Blizzard developer essentially said that while players think they want a vanilla WoW experience, they actually don't.

Players will try to earn their favor and upon doing so will and unlock each race. Announced at BlizzCon 2017, it reignites the rivalry between World of Warcraft's two major factions, the Horde and the Alliance.

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Battle for Azeroth will see players battling it out in groups of three to collect island resources across previously unmapped islands of Azeroth.

In addition to the news about World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, the seventh expansion to the game, Blizzard had a very special announcement for fans who have been playing since the beginning. While the current version of the game is still enjoyed by millions of players, there was something magical about those early days that fans have been dying to return to. However, we do not know if this server will include any of the graphical and gameplay improvements from the game's countless expansions and updates. "So please bear with us, it's going to take some time".

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