New World of Warcraft expansion Battle for Azeroth announced

Alyssa Bailey
November 4, 2017

The World of Warcraft has recently expanded to include the Draenei homeworld of Argus, but we're heading back to Azeroth.

Everyone knew something related to World of Warcraft was coming and Blizzard Entertainment delivered. Blizzard came under criticism from players when it closed down player-created legacy servers.

During BlizzCon 2017 Blizzard revealed a brand new cinematic trailer, showing off the next expansion to the God-father of all MMO RPG's.

Players will adventure through the oldest city in Azeroth, Zuldazar, as well as the swamps of Nazmir and deserts of Vol'dun. In Battle for Azeroth, The Horde and Alliance go head to head while seeking new allies to take control of the islands.

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Players will try to earn their favor and upon doing so will and unlock each race.

The expansion will also feature Warfront, 20-player cooperative PvE battles reminiscent of RTS favorite Warcraft.

A beta test for Battles for Azeroth will be taking place, and you can opt into it through the official site. 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. That packs in two new continents, a new level cap, and other features. World of Warcraft players are still eagerly awaiting the release of Antorus, the Burning Throne to take down the Burning Legion at their strongest, so we'll have to wait for Sargeras to be taken down first.

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