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What Gamers Can Expect from the Future of the World of Warcraft

04 November 2017

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. The Alliance will begin in the pirate-infested Kul Tiras, while the Horde will tackle the trolls on the continent of Zandalar.

As reported in the Battle for Azeroth reveal post, World of Warcraft player will be able to choose six new playable Allied Races - four of which were encountered in the Legion campaign.

While that trailer lives up to Blizzard's legacy of creating cinematics worthy of the big screen, it unfortunately doesn't tell us much about the game itself.

He followed with a cheeky promise to "reproduce the classic gaming experience, but not the actual launch experience". Since the focus of the new expansion is the Alliance fighting the Horde, it will be up to players to make as many allies as possible to give their side an advantage in the upcoming war, and this will be done via quests. You can even unlock the ability to play as that race, as pictured above; doing so will start you off as level 20. The new expansion has been titled Battle for Azeroth.

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During this weekend's BlizzCon 2017, Blizzard Entertainment announced World of Warcraft: Classic, which will be a line of official servers from Blizzard that offers players the original, "vanilla" experience of classic World of Warcraft.

Blizzard are also innovating and pumping out fresh content for this expansion. "Classic WoW and current WoW really don't work the same way any more". The level cap will go up to 120, and there will be new dungeons to explore in Freehold and Atal'Dazar.

The project isn't coming this year, or anytime soon really.

What Gamers Can Expect from the Future of the World of Warcraft