After announcing the official throwback servers at BlizzCon 2017, Blizzard have given the long-awaited World of Warcraft: Classic a worldwide release date of Tuesday August 27, 2019 - just in time for the game’s 15th anniversary.
Blizzard has announced that World of Warcraft players who pre-purchase the upcoming Battle for Azeroth will be able to begin unlocking the expansion's new Allied Races.
Massively popular MMO World of Warcraft's trial version is no longer 10 or 14 days - the game is now completely free to play up until your character reaches level 20.
Whether IT networking boffins like it or not, one of the biggest drivers toward IPv6 adoption may turn out to be Blizzard’s massively online multiplayer monolith, World of Warcraft (WoW).
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