Battle For Azeroth
It's very likely that we'll see a WoW expansion announcement at this year's BlizzCon.
Sometimes, when I write one of these editorial essays, I look at the headline and I think about the questions my brain poses in response to it.
Wrathion has been more or less absent from World of Warcraft since the end of Mists of Pandaria.
Patch 8.3: Visions of N’Zoth introduces Ny’alotha, brings on Old God assaults, and… restores the Vale of Eternal Blossoms?!
Warning: This post contains spoilers involving patch 8.2.5 and the War Campaign (more…)
Let's just lay it out on the table: if you don't want spoilers for patch 8.2.5, the War Campaign, or the big cinematics that bring the story to its conclusion than this post is one you should not read.
The War Campaign is officially ending in patch 8.2.5 — but what does that mean for patch 8.3 and the end of Battle for Azeroth?
For those of us who are focused on Battle for Azeroth there's been a bit of a lull in terms of news about the game, with an understandable focus on WoW Classic.
Okay, so when you set out to write a post that looks at the Horde and Alliance conflict in Battle for Azeroth, you have to look at certain things straight on and can't dissemble or try and evade those things.
You're not alone.
Update: This was originally published for our supporters on Patreon, but now it's available for everyone to enjoy.