WoW Classic players will be able to brave the hills and battles of Arathi Basin this week.
Arathi Basin is coming to WoW Classic on March 10, with Zul’Gurub and Dragons of Nightmare to follow with Phase 5 in April
If you're a WoW Classic player, you should know that you'll be getting some updates fairly soon, as Phase 5 of the content rollout is being tested on the WoW Classic PTR right now.
We've seen that the release of the various content phases for World of Warcraft Classic has been staggered, with the PVP aspects of Phase 3 coming out on December 10, while Blackwing Lair won't be arriving until sometime in 2020, along with the Darkmoon Faire.
There are lots of reasons you might want to earn Conquest points in Battle for Azeroth.
Last month we talked about how WoW Classic is going to deal with content, and how the complete form of World of Warcraft's content before it ended won't be entirely available at launch, with various raids and dungeons launching in phases.
Gallery: A side-by-side comparison of the old Arathi Basin Battleground and the new revamped PVP map
With Patch 8.1.5 came a redone Arathi Basin.
The best way to get Arathi Basin rep is the Comp Stomp Brawl — and our guide will help you make the most of your matches
This week marks the premiere of the first-ever "Comp Stomp" Brawl in World of Warcraft.
The latest World of Warcraft patch arrives tomorrow, and brings with it a host of new features (and a couple removed ones).
Soon, Arathi Basin and Warsong Gulch will look different.
If you are impatiently waiting for the Overwatch closed beta to start up again, you'll be waiting a bit longer.