I don't think it's disputable that leveling in World of Warcraft is utterly and completely disjointed.
We had some datamined content yesterday for patch 8.2.5, and the most surprising part was a conclusion to the War Campaign.
The War Campaign is officially ending in patch 8.2.5 — but what does that mean for patch 8.3 and the end of Battle for Azeroth?
For those of us who are focused on Battle for Azeroth there's been a bit of a lull in terms of news about the game, with an understandable focus on WoW Classic.
The first rule of being the best raider you can be is making sure that you look your best.
This year's Harvest Festival is the same but with a unique wrinkle -- it's running slightly different versions simultaneously both in the Battle for Azeroth version of WoW and WoW Classic.
Recruit-A-Friend returns with new rewards and the Party Sync feature making grouping with friends easier than ever
We reported back in June that Blizzard's long-running Recruit-A-Friend program was going on hiatus.
When it comes to World of Warcraft, it's not uncommon for players to talk about Blizzard scrapping the whole "let's make an expansion" thing in favor of simply releasing a "WoW 2" instead.
I remember the introduction of the Looking for Group tool for World of Warcraft very clearly because I was in the middle of trying to get a group for The Old Kingdom for my Death Knight.
In a game where you're tethered to the ground for travel, and a majority of that on foot, Mage portals add a bit of convenience.
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