The folks at Wowhead have been doing their datamining magic on the patch 8.3 PTR, and some things they've found may not be intended to go live for patch 8.3 at all.
We had some datamined content yesterday for patch 8.2.5, and the most surprising part was a conclusion to the War Campaign.
So this morning, Blizzard posted the new key art for BlizzCon 2019 to their Twitter, and in the process, got a lot of people wondering what Sylvanas' role will be in the upcoming expansion.
As of right now, I see two contradictory paths that patch 8.3 could take.
After viewing the Lost Honor cinematic at BlizzCon 2018, it was clear that Saurfang's tale was far from over -- Horde players can now follow that story forward.
When we first made our foray into the frozen wastelands of Northrend, we weren’t sure what was in store for us.
The vast array of LEGO sets out there indicate that there's a market for the little bricks well past childhood, but sometimes I forget just how many people are into making things with them.
I'm very happy that Vol'jin gets more story in Battle for Azeroth even if he is dead.
By burning Teldrasil, Sylvanas not only pushed the Alliance and Horde into full-scale war — she launched a furious debate in the community as to why she did it.
WoW Battle for Azeroth Interview: The origins of Saurfang, Sylvanas wielding Xal’atath, and the possibility of three factions
During BlizzCon, Mitch and I sat down with WoW Senior Creative Director Alex Afrasiabi and Technical Director Patrick Dawson to talk about Battle for Azeroth.