When Blizzard first announced a policy update that put limits on multiboxing, even I thought it meant the end.
Patch 8.2.5 is just about here and will be released with this coming week's reset.
Recruit-A-Friend returns with new rewards and the Party Sync feature making grouping with friends easier than ever
We reported back in June that Blizzard's long-running Recruit-A-Friend program was going on hiatus.
The WoW patch 8.2.5 PTR development notes are live with a list of new stuff that's coming with the update, including the long-anticipated Worgen and Goblin model update.
If you're not familiar with Recruit-A-Friend in World of Warcraft, it basically is what it sounds like -- a means by which you can recruit friends to play WoW and get neat stuff for yourself in the process.
This was originally published just for our supporters on Patreon, but now it's available for everyone.
The Battle for Azeroth pre-patch has waved goodbye to an old standard -- the World of Warcraft Battle Chest.
Patch 7.3.5 changed the way leveling works in World of Warcraft like no other patch has ever done.
Hearthstone dropped a surprise patch during today's maintenance -- its highlight feature being the addition of a new Shaman hero, Morgl the Oracle.
When the latest Recruit-a-Friend mount in WoW was announced this week we had to wonder how many people are out there who are interested in WoW but have never played or even tried it. Really, just who's left to recruit?