We've all had this experience -- you log in to review patch notes, skim-skim-skim and wait, what is this weird new thing?
That moment when everything comes together in World of Warcraft can be amazingly satisfying for us lore nerds.
After a tumultuous year that's seen Heroes of the Storm lose its official support as an esport, key personnel departures, and a noticeable slowdown in hero additions, the Heroes team has apparently decided to break the glass that says "IN CASE OF EMERGENCY, UNLEASH HELL." Deathwing has long been requested -- if not outright predicted -- as a hero to add to the game, as he is one of World of Warcraft's key franchise villains.
It’s still sometimes hard to wrap my head around the fact that the original World of Warcraft zones were in the game for a much shorter time than their post-Cataclysm counterparts have been.
Okay, wherever Thrall has been spending his time since handing over the Doomhammer and skedaddling in Legion, I think it's fair to say he has not been skipping Arm Day.
Let's be honest: There's been a lot of negativity about Blizzard and about WoW these past six months.
The other day, I was out and about collecting Coins of Ancestry from Elders for the new dragon pieces.
Two new Allied Race options on the way in patch 8.1.5 means that two new heritage armor sets are on the way as well – and that means leveling.
It looks like Battle for Azeroth broke most Timewalking dungeons — but Sylvanas doesn’t seem to mind
Yes, that's me, holding down the floor at the first boss of Vortex Pinnacle.
For those of you who skipped Mists of Pandaria, it was in this expansion that we formally met Wrathion, a member of the Black Dragonflight.