We now know it's about a month to World of Warcraft's next expansion, Shadowlands, barring any unforeseen complications this time around.
Once upon a time, you couldn't tear me away from Overwatch.
The way leveling in Shadowlands works, you do 1 to 10 in Exile's Reach or some other starting zone, then from 10 to 50 you either do Battle for Azeroth content or one of the other expansions, from Cataclysm's revamp of Azeroth to Outland, or Northrend, or Pandaria, or even alternate Draenor or the Broken Isles.
I've recently discovered the Party Sync functionality in World of Warcraft while helping my wife get her legendary cloak (she took off most of Battle for Azeroth due to the burning of Teldrassil, since, as a 16-year Night Elf Hunter, it messed up her character too much) and I have to say, this is a feature I'd have loved for WoW to have years ago.
With its nose of course!
With work still underway on Overwatch 2, it makes sense that more animated shorts aren’t the top priority for the Overwatch team.
The leaves are starting to fall here in Carolina, so it's time once again for Blizzard's occasional 6-month subscription promotion for World of Warcraft.
Covenants are the major story focus of World of Warcraft's upcoming Shaodowlands expansion.
I expect we all play a little differently, and no time showcases that more than the pre-patch to an upcoming expansion.
F0r me, the Shadowlands pre-patch has had quite a few surprises, and one of the biggest was how much I'm enjoying going Single-Minded Fury on my main Warrior.