Every expansion attempts to learn from the previous expansions.
Let's be real -- after the two weeks of the pre-patch Scourge event, when we hit Shadowlands on November 23, we'll be champing at the bit to get into the new content.
World of Warcraft Shadowlands is currently in beta, and now has a release date of November 23, 2020.
For me, it's hard to say which World of Warcraft expansion had what I feel is the best Warrior, because each expansion did a few things I've loved -- Wrath of the Lich King brought us Titan's Grip, for example, which is absolutely my favorite Warrior ability of all time, even ahead of Charge.
It feels sometimes like we, as World of Warcraft players, never go anywhere in game where we aren't either just preceding or just following utter disaster.
I know some folks who are using the Winds of Wisdom buff in World of Warcraft to get as many 120 characters as they can so that when Shadowlands comes along and does the leveling squish, they'll have a whole host of level 50s ready to explore the next expansion and all of its content.
Reading this interview with Diablo 4's Game Director Luis Barriga and John Mueller the game's Art Director, I keep thinking about what it all means -- where we're going and what it means for the future of Diablo 4 and the Diablo franchise as a whole.
When you write about Blizzard, it's hard to resist the siren song of "next expansion leaks" that start popping up every year a few months before BlizzCon -- especially on those extremely rare times when you read a leak and it sounds legit to you.
It's very likely that we'll see a WoW expansion announcement at this year's BlizzCon.
Okay, so we know that everything's going Old God in patch 8.3, and that's fine.