Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Blizzard has managed to introduce a massive amount of content to World of Warcraft this year. A few days ago, the company released a large expansion to the updated version of the game, WoWShadowlands, which has brought thousands of players back together on the servers.
Likewise, World of Warcraft Classic, an old edition of the title that was released more than a year ago, will also receive one of the most famous raids in the entire history of the saga on December 1 and players already have very high expectations about it.
World of Warcraft has been around for more than 16 years and has managed to remain on the industry scene throughout this time. Blizzard President Allen Brack spoke about that, as well as he goes over everything players have done since the launch of WoW Classic.
“For WoW: Classic, we’ve announced Naxxramas. The storied, 15-boss and final raid from this era will go live in December. Kel’thuzad is personally one of my all-time favourite bosses in WoW,” Brack stated.
The president also spoke of the players’ preparation for the arrival of Kel’Thuzad, reporting that more than six and a half million Greater Frost Protection potions have been created in recent days. This item is essential to complete the 15 confrontations offered by this legendary challenge.
Besides, Brack reported that 9 billion ghosts have appeared in this year 2020, emphasizing that this year has been full of too many deaths and urging players to take care of their health a little more and stay closer to a healer who can help them.
“Experiencing this content again, both as developers and players, is awesome. It’s great to see the excitement of players who enjoyed it the first time around, as well as the new generation of players who have joined WoW Classic for the first time.”
In fact, beyond Brack’s statements, so many players are having fun in the game that many choose to buy wow classic gold to improve their character’s skills quickly and catch up the level of the majority of players.
Finally, Brack ended his speech by saying that World of Warcraft has passed this year 2020 with a good grade and that he is looking forward to the arrival of 2021 after the launch of Shadowlands and the good reception that WoW Classic received this year.
He also said that WoW Classic will continue to receive content throughout the coming year and that players of this ‘retro’ version of the game can rest assured, as Blizzard will continue to support them as it does with the players of the updated version.
However, all these statements contrast with the resignation of one of the game’s producers, who assured that he did not like the way World of Warcraft is being carried out lately because it has taken too much prominence from the single-player experience.
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(Contributed by José D. Villalobos; Edited by Hermes_Fang)