While naysayers may think corporate greed is the answer, Blizzard tells Kotaku the real reason World of Warcraft mounts have shown up for sale in the company's online store is because that's exactly what the players wanted.
According to an image that briefly appeared in the flash rotation on top of Blizzard's online store, the Celestial Steed mount will soon be joining the World of Warcraft pet store as a purchasable in-game item. Update: They're live!
Sony Online Entertainment continues to add everything you could ever want to its free-to-play MMO Free Realms, with the addition of dragon and dinosaur mounts, now on sale in the in-game marketplace.
Blizzard upgrades World of Warcraft to version 3.2 today, implementing the Crusaders' Coliseum dungeons, PVP experience, level 20 mounts, Druid form changes, Rogue axe-wielding, and far fewer embarrassing raid looting situations.
Remember getting your first mount in World of Warcraft? Getting to level 40 and then doing everything in your power to scrape up that 80-90 gold so you could be the guy proudly running past the walking folks in Stranglethorn? Well those days are coming to an end as Blizzard's latest patch notes reveal level 30…