How should Blizzard hide — or reveal — story spoilers from the WoW PTR?
In a huge surprise earlier this week, the World of Warcraft team released a new story cinematic for Shadowlands patch 9.2 titled Shattered Legacies.
What’s your favorite Jailer fan theory?
I guess I should spoiler tag this post, huh?
How do you avoid spoilers?
Okay, so if you're the kind of person who cares about seeing the cinematics in the game, and thus wanted to avoid finding out how the Sylvanas fight in Sanctum of Domination ends until you got to clearing it yourself, how did you avoid those spoilers?
How do you approach datamined spoilers?
With patch 9.1 now on the PTR, we're facing a deluge of potential spoilers including new models, details about new zones, and much more.
New Ny’alotha cinematic shows how Wrathion plays into the raid
Spoilers follow for World of Warcraft patch 8.3 and the Ny'alotha raid.
Patch 8.3 in-game cinematics wrap up Battle for Azeroth’s story
First up, this post contains spoilers for the end of the patch 8.3 storyline and Battle for Azeroth as a whole.
A brief but significant quest on the patch 8.3 PTR hints at the future of the Forsaken and its leadership
The surprise announcement of World of Warcraft patch 8.3 came with loads of info about what we can expect from the final major patch of Battle for Azeroth.
Spoiler warning! Patch 8.2.5 cinematics show the end of the War Campaign
Let's just lay it out on the table: if you don't want spoilers for patch 8.2.5, the War Campaign, or the big cinematics that bring the story to its conclusion than this post is one you should not read.
What do you do when you’re confronted with spoilers for future content?
There's already quite a few details about patch 8.2.5 that have me excited.
If Blizzard could completely prevent datamining, what changes would keep you interested in WoW between major patches?
Right now, it's looking like World of Warcraft patch 8.2 will be arriving within the next couple of weeks.