Final Fantasy XIV is adding an Explorer Mode for dungeons, and now I desperately want it for World of Warcraft
Earlier this October, Square Enix broadcast their Letter from the Producter LIVE Part XL for Final Fantasy XIV, providing a glimpse at upcoming features for the MMO.
A new bug appears to have emerged with the release of the pre-patch last week that is keeping Alliance characters from proceeding on the quests into Kul Tiras and the Battle for Azeroth War Campaign.
Blizzard releases updated WoW Companion App with support for multiple expansions (but still no mobile AH)
Now that the Battle for Azeroth has ended and Sylvanas is out and about kidnapping faction leaders, it's time to reflect on all the war resources we've earned and wonder what the heck we're going to do with them in Shadowlands.
As part of the level squish, Blizzard has added an intro leveling experience for new players and those who simply can't stomach trying to level a Goblin for 18 hours just to get to level 10.
Ah, patch day in World of Warcraft!
Nothing kills fun in a tabletop RPG faster than a rules argument.
Madam Goya corners the market on Mighty Caravan Brutosaur, which will only be in the BMAH in patch 9.0.1
We've know for awhile now that the Mighty Caravan Brutosaur would no longer be available for sale in Shadowlands — the dino will be gone in patch 9.0.1 which goes live next week. And while many are lamenting its imminent removal from vendors, it's not gone for good, because it will be periodically available on the Black Market Auction House, starting with the pre-patch.
When the Shadowlands pre-patch arrives on October 13, all characters will be getting their levels squished.
Another Brewfest has come and gone, and like every October, I'm sad to see it go.
With the announcement that Shadowlands will not be released later this October, Blizzard offered the option of a refund to those who have already pre-purchased.