The World of Warcraft development team is softening the divide between the Alliance and Horde with new cross-faction guilds debuting when Dragonflight patch 10.1 goes live on May 2, but the changes will only allow communal play in instanced content.
Hearthstone's Interim Game Director August Dean Ayala (aka Iksar) made a simple tweet where he shared his wish to work on several exciting features for the game — and each of them would be absolutely massive.
Cross-faction gameplay is coming to World of Warcraft — at least in a limited fashion that will allow players to run dungeons and raids.
Behold the Shadowlands -- four zones full of interesting and compelling content.
Where would you put your Guild Hall if they were ever added to World of Warcraft? What would be in it?
I was at the Thandol Span.
Between several tough raid tiers and the draw of other games — like the soon-to-be-launched WoW Classic — guilds are having a hard time of it.
It's tough to run a guild now.
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If you’ve done any kind of progression raiding, you know this point.
The Battle of Dazar’alor has arrived, and the raiding has begun in earnest.