It's not every day you see Warcraft show up on Humble Bundle, the pay-what-you-want-for-books-and-or-games site that lets you choose how to distribute your payment, with part of the proceeds benefitting a wide variety of charities.
We got some additional insight last week that the four Covenants we'll choose from in Shadowlands are intended to tap into the identity of our characters, helping them to become more unique than the race, class, and specialization that defines them in terms of gameplay.
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.
On October 25, 2005, Blizzard announced they would release an expansion to World of Warcraft for the very first time.
When we first made our foray into the frozen wastelands of Northrend, we weren’t sure what was in store for us.
Players have learned of the Pantheon plenty over the course of World of Warcraft.
Darion Mograine willingly sacrificed his own life to save his father’s soul – and the Lich King had plans for the son of the Ashbringer.
Although its title implies a focus on the Burning Legion, we’ve learned about far more than Sargeras and his minions this expansion.
In the beginning of everything, there was only the Light.
The concept of destiny is a powerful thing in World of Warcraft.