We know that WoW Classic is going to launch next summer fully patched to 1.12 Drums of War.
I have a few memories I treasure of my time playing World of Warcraft -- proposing to my wife in Molten Core, getting Sulfuras, killing Yogg-0 for a Realm First and getting Mim's Head -- but my ultimate favorite memory is probably just spending nights hanging out around Captain Placeholder watching the sun rise while talking to my not-yet-wife because we were separated by distance, she up here in Edmonton and me down there in Seattle.
Sometimes I think World of Warcraft has an unsolvable problem -- people still want to play it.
I'll be up front and admit I am not likely going to play Diablo Immortal.
I've been getting more into transmog lately and that has extended into a thematically-appropriate critter follow me around.
I liked the idea of Island Expeditions when Battle for Azeroth first launched.
This weekend at BlizzCon, we did a whole lot of looking toward the future -- new heroes, new lands, new patches, new stuff.
BlizzCon this year had many surprises.
Usually when it comes to BlizzCon the main draw are the flashy announcements and plans for the future, but for some reason this year the things that are sticking with me are the fan experiences.
Yesterday Mitch asked what your BlizzCon predictions were.