I've played World of Warcraft for a really long time, and yet I still get excited when patch notes come out, or when there's some datamining that highlights a change I like.
You may never notice this tiny change to World of Warcraft, but it could fundamentally change the community
When WoW's patch 8.2 was released on the PTR, dataminers found something distressing: most of the descriptive filenames in the game's database have been removed.
The WoW Classic client won't be playable for BlizzCon Virtual Ticket holders until November 1, but some players have found ways to give us a preview of what's to come later this week.
Shall we call this "Taming with a side of 'Ewwww'"?
Sometimes, there are features you really want added to the game -- a new transmog system, revamped PVP, a moose.
If you haven't been an active WoW player during a patch cycle in the past, you might be a little lost at all the buzz around the recent release of patch 6.2 on the game's public test realms. We'll walk you through what you need to know.