The final patch of Battle for Azeroth, 8.3, finally delivered a much-needed overhaul to the Auction House that players have been wanting for years.
We're seeing a fair amount of realms being connected lately.
On June 16th, 2020, it was discovered by players -- and confirmed by Blizzard -- that there was a small change to the way that the Auction House works in World of Warcraft.
If your coinpurse has been inexplicably lighter since patch 8.3 revamped the Auction House, you're not alone.
Patch 8.3 is coming out today!
With patch 8.3 arriving tomorrow, there are several things you can do now to get a running start with respect to loot, your Heart of Azeroth, and grinding your Auction House rivals into a fine paste.
The basics of the Auction House in World of Warcraft have remained mostly unchanged since 2004.
Diablo 4 devs talk smashing bosses with stagger, customization with Legendaries, and the fate of the Auction House
Blizzard Watch sat down with Diablo 4 Lead Game Designer Joe Shely and Senior Game Producer Tiffany Watt at BlizzCon to learn more about the darker and more dynamic title they're working on.
So you're looking at WoW Classic and want to get back in there to play the old school World of Warcraft experience you remember fondly, but it's been thirteen years since patch 1.12 and you may be a bit rusty on how much things cost.
Old School doesn’t mean Stone Age: WoW Classic has some quality of life improvements you might not expect
We talk a lot about all the things WoW Classic doesn't have.