If you're champing at the bit for the next World of Warcraft Chronicle Volume -- Volume 3, available for pre-order right now -- then you may be interested in this little tidbit the folks at Wowhead have dug up for us.
World of Warcraft was an entirely new game when it debuted in 2004 -- it wasn’t the RTS title players were familiar with.
Lore and story have both improved in leaps and bounds since the days of Classic WoW.
Let’s face it -- realistically speaking, we’re a long way off from Classic WoW, whatever shape that happens to take in its development.
Executive Producer J. Allen Brack caught a lot of heat when he suggested four years ago that players didn't really want Classic realms. "You think you do," he said infamously, "but you don't."
With BlizzCon 2017 rapidly approaching, much of the buzz about this one is what the next WoW expansion will offer.
Earlier this year, the team behind the extralegal classic-era realm "Nostalrius" announced that they would make their source code and tools available to the public.
Legion's Class Halls offer a huge variety in Champions, from faerie dragons to titan watchers, a sludge belcher, a primate monarch, and even a giant talking, shambling rock.
Legion's demon invasions have given us the most world bosses the game has ever seen.
The year is 2006.