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Battle for Azeroth releases this August

06 April, 2018, 18:29 | Author: Arnold Gilbert
  • World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth releases this August

The next expansion, called Battle for Azeroth, releases this summer, and recently Blizzard gave a glimpse of what you can expect from the next chapter of WoW.

Blizzard is now accepting pre-orders for the expansion, available in a Standard Edition for $49.99 or and a Digital Deluxe Edition priced at $69.99. The standard edition will cost US$49.99 and the digital deluxe edition costs US$69.99.

The Collector's Edition $99.99 includes everything in the previously stated version and a digital soundtrack, a Mark of Allegiance, and double-side book.

Til now. World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth will be coming to your PC's on August 14th, 2018.

The expansion is also unveiling Allied Races, which aren't quite new races. It will link together the events of Legion, and Battle for Azeroth, as well as serve as a prologue to the fresh addition. There are two new fabled kingdoms in Zandalar and Kul Tiras. No one can stay neutral in this conflict, with allied races like the Highmountain Tauren and the Lightforged Draenei being dragged into the battle. Each new race will come with their own unique racial abilities that will add strength to the faction.

With new Horde and Alliance sprays, you can cover the map as you conquer your foes. With these two naval powers enlisted players will be able to set out on island expeditions in groups of three and battle against enemies and other players.

Charge Into a Warfront: Fight on the battlefields of a large-scale, 20-player cooperative Warfront to claim a key strategic location.

Azeroth reels in the wake of the Legion's devastating assault, and the emergence of a powerful new resource-Azerite, lifeblood of the wounded planet-has brought the Alliance and the Horde to the brink of war. Not only that, if you pre-order World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth you will gain a level boost to 110 immediately.



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