One of the most popular stories you'll hear from the earliest World of Warcraft players is how Alterac Valley battleground matches could last many hours, with players leaving for meals or classes and then returning to find the same match going.
When you finally hit level 120, looking at the long list of all the things you could do next can be kind of overwhelming.
Every game has to think about its ludonarrative options -- the way its gameplay is used to tell a story vs.
After the World of Warcraft What's Next panel, Game Director Ion Hazzikostas took 10 minutes out of his busy schedule to talk (briefly) with BlizzCon hosts Michelle Morrow and Alex Albrecht about the upcoming patch, Tides of Vengeance.
I see a lot of discussion about what there is to do once you hit the endgame portions of WoW, and often I see the assertion that there's not much.
One thing I absolutely hate about World of Warcraft is when I do an activity and I get nothing for it.
Now that the Alliance has their turn at the Battle for Stromgarde Warfront, it's time to get down to the nitty-gritty -- how do you feel about these 20-player PVE ccenarios that, in my opinion, owe a lot to old school Alterac Valley and Arathi Basin?
In an action-packed Q&A, Ion Hazzikostas introduced us to the next chapter of Battle for Azeroth: Tides of Vengeance.
By all accounts, Battle for Azeroth is an objectively fantastic expansion.