To me, Legion was far more nostalgic than the transparently nostalgia-driven Warlords of Draenor.
Executive Producer J. Allen Brack caught a lot of heat when he suggested four years ago that players didn't really want Classic realms. "You think you do," he said infamously, "but you don't."
With BlizzCon 2017 rapidly approaching, much of the buzz about this one is what the next WoW expansion will offer.
Seven years ago this fall Cataclysm struck WoW.
Was any raid in WoW ever anticipated as voraciously as Icecrown Citadel?
Legion has brought back many of the class-specific content ideas that Blizzard implemented into classic WoW.
In many ways, Legion has been Blizzard's most innovative expansion.
Ten years ago this month, Blizzard added one of its largest and most memorable patches. Patch 2.1 gave us so much that only a massive amount of bullet points can do it justice.
Just over ten years ago, Burning Crusade ushered in a brand new way to experience World of Warcraft that for better or worse would change the game irrevocably: flying.
Earlier this year, the team behind the extralegal classic-era realm "Nostalrius" announced that they would make their source code and tools available to the public.