The PVP system received one of its biggest overhauls ever in World of Warcraft's Legion expansion, and part of those changes involved specific stat allocations and talents in PVP situations.
If you've been waiting for news on when Before the Storm, the prequel novel to Battle for Azeroth, will be released you need wait no longer.
At BlizzCon this year, we finally got something a lot of players have been asking for: zone scaling when leveling in older expansions.
Back in 2009, Blizzard Entertainment installed a 12-foot orc wolfrider statue in its campus courtyard.
One of the big questions that comes with every new World of Warcraft expansion is what's going to happen to your favorite class and/or spec.
The older we get, the faster time seems to pass by.
In more than one interview, Blizzard has come across as having little plans in the way of major class overhauls come Battle for Azeroth.
World of Warcraft's expansions have become known for their wide, sweeping changes, and systems overhauls every time a new one comes out.
YouTube duo Taliesin and Evitel had an opportunity to interview World of Warcraft producers Ray Cobo and Shani Edwards during BlizzCon 2017, focusing upon the newly announced Battle for Azeroth.
We got to see a kickass cinematic, watched some panels, and heard Jaina's chilling voiceover on the features trailer.
Today we have a special double-dose of webcomics, as BlizzCon pre-empted last week's wrapup.
Artifact weapons have been an integral part of Legion, but they'll be getting some changes in the next expansion, Battle for Azeroth.
With the introduction of Allied Races to World of Warcraft, Blizzard has opened up the door to opportunities that are only limited by whichever roster of races exists in the game at any given time.
If you couldn't get enough of the Mythic Dungeon Invitational back in October, and were just waiting for more World of Warcraft head to head PVE, your prayers have been answered.
If you're like me, you made it out of BlizzCon 2017 happy that you still had a couple pennies left in your bank account.
Blizzard Entertainment officially unveiled their plans to launch WoW Classic servers at BlizzCon 2017.