Folks may remember that when Hearthstone was first released in 2014, it bore the subtitle "Heroes of Warcraft," which it lost two years later. While the precise reason the moniker was removed hasn't been stated, one interpretation is that when the playable heroes in Hearthstone are all recognizable from the Warcraft franchise, it's superfluous...
In the Afterlives: Bastion short, Frostmourne appears to be able to rend souls in half.
If, like me, you've been wondering how Uther the Lightbringer could have been in Bastion this whole time, and have been at Icecrown Citadel when we first saw Frostmourne, well, it turns out a lot happened to the soul of one of Azeroth's first Paladins.
Uther is the epitome of Paladins, of the Light, of goodness triumphing against evil.
There are so many cool shiny mounts, pets, toys, and armor out there.
After a quiet year since the game's announcement (but also a few weeks of some very conspicuous data updates and beta rumors), there's some news for Warcraft 3: Reforged.
We'd like to think Bolvar is doing fine as the Lich King, but a closer look at the Death Knight campaign reveals some peculiar similarities, and raises some disturbing questions.
A good villain can make all the difference.
When we first made our foray into the frozen wastelands of Northrend, we weren’t sure what was in store for us.
Wrath of the Lich King released on November 13, 2008 in North America and Europe.