You may or may not know Laura Bailey, but she's the voice actress behind Jaina Proudmoore in World of Warcraft. She's also been working in the industry since 2002's Bloodrayne (in which she voiced the character of Rayne) and in darn near everything since.
I am going to be entirely honest and say that up until writing a post about it yesterday, I never imagined we would even be able to consider a future in which a new Warcraft strategy game would be a thing.
It's been twelve years since a new installment of the Warcraft series from the top-down RTS perspective. Not surprising, of course -- it's long been the accepted and stated wisdom that World of Warcraft provides pretty much all of the Warcraft the company wants. But it turns out that Blizzard isn't quite so dead set on closing that door after all, as Starcraft 2 producer Tim Morten outright stated at Gamescom that the team will be sitting down and discussing the possibility of a Warcraft RTS following the release of Legacy of the Void.
When looking at World of Warcraft and the Warcraft RTS series that preceded it, one thing is clear.
The folks at Nerdist.com just posted this interview with the Duncan Jones, director of the Warcraft movie, and the cast of the movie.
If you haven't yet seen Clancy Brown speak orcish, well, you're in for a treat.
We covered Blizzard's SDCC exclusives, but now that their panel at the con is over (though the Warcraft movie panel is yet to come), what did we learn?
San Diego Comic-Con is just kicking off, but even though the Legendary panel — where we expect to see the Warcraft movie trailer — isn't until Saturday, we're already hearing a lot about the film.
The highly-anticipated Warcraft movie trailer seems likely to be revealed to the world at San Diego Comic-Con on July 11, according to a report from EW.
As you may know, this Saturday, June 6th there will be a live Q&A with Lead Game Designer Ion Hazzikostas. Now they're asking for your questions for said Q&A, and there are two ways you can get involved.