WoW Classic is an extremely popular game right now, and it's brought a lot of old-school players back who enjoy the game entirely because it has nothing new to offer.
I haven't bothered with WoW Classic very much at all since it went live, since the thing I'm interested in about it -- getting to see the old world of Azeroth I remember from launch -- is wrapped up in stuff I very much don't want, like actually playing the game I remember from launch.
On October 25, 2005, Blizzard announced they would release an expansion to World of Warcraft for the very first time.
A collection of images from our time in Outland
Hearthstone just wrapped up a three-issue comic series in conjunction with the launch of The Boomsday Project, its latest expansion.
Not just alternate timelines, either.
I don't usually have any problems with playing World of Warcraft, much less any other Blizzard title.
The dam has broken on Allied Races and it seems we're learning new details about future Allied Races every day.
What’s the difference between an Allied Race and simply a new race option?
In patch 7.3.5, Broken Shore-style level scaling will be implemented for all previous content, with the old-world Azeroth all scaling to a max of level 60, Outland and Northrend scaling to a max of 80, and Cataclysm content scaling with Pandaria up to level 90.