Last week, World of Warcraft Classic brought a new challenge to players with the launch of official Hardcore realms.
I was in the Deadly Boss Mods Discord server recently, and the channel was talking about bugs and how they are often ‘in the wild’ for multiple versions of an addon before being reported.
The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and we are all playing the Dragonflight pre-patch, which went live on October 25.
While you can enjoy the Wrath Classic experience without any addons, addons can boost your quality of life, organize your bags, help you make gold, water your plagued crops, and raise your dead into a cursed unlife.
It's been almost two years since our WoW Classic addons roundup, and so, with Burning Crusade Classic around the corner, it's time to look at the addons you're going to want for your adventure to Outland.
If you're a big user of the Curseforge mod site -- and if you use addons in WoW, you probably are -- you may be wondering what's going on with the site when Shadowlands launches.
In June 2020, Twitch sold CurseForge -- which was responsible for its popular World of Warcraft Addon manager -- to another company, Overwolf.
Mods and addons can be an extremely personal choice -- they allow players to customize their game experience, and as a result they often help define said game experience, especially in a game like World of Warcraft which has a long sixteen year history.
At the core of playing World of Warcraft are addons to customize your experience.
I am staunchly and proudly pro-anything that makes WoW Classic feel as close to how WoW actually felt back in the dear departed days of vanilla WoW as possible.