By now, you probably know the drill: a new World of Warcraft expansion comes out, and the level cap soars to new heights. In the past couple expansions, though, focus has shifted from traditional leveling to alternative forms of advancement like Keeps, Order Halls, and Artifact Weapons. Zones have also become…
After more than a decade of expansion cycles, Blizzard is changing their approach to World of Warcraft. Step one? Take players to a new planet.
Varian and Ragnaros are coming to Heroes of the Storm, Blizzard announced today. Both World of Warcraft characters are playable at BlizzCon and will join the MOBA by the end of the year, with Varian in November and Ragnaros in December.
Blizzard’s lord of lore (and sunglasses), Chris Metzen, is retiring from video games.
Of course you can. Sadly, the beer does not taste like Orc.
Jonathan Berube is an artist who, after a long spell at Blizzard as a matte painter and member of their cinematics team, is now in the movie business working on the Avatar sequels.
With the worldwide box office topping $370 million, Duncan Jones’ Warcraft has stolen the title of top-grossing video game movie from Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. Didn’t we hate both of those?
The Warcraft movie is a smash hit in China. Action star Jackie Chan has opinions about what that means.
Years of hollow hype and months of flashy trailers aimed at getting non-World of Warcraft players into theater seats left me with little hope that I would enjoy Duncan Jones’ Warcraft movie. Well, surprise.
Some people had hoped, after months of hype and the pedigree of director Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code), that Warcraft might break the long and storied Curse Of Bad Video Game Movies. I have some sad news for those people. Maybe video game adaptations were just never meant to be.
Who knows, maybe at least she liked the film.
Against my better instincts, I’m crossing my fingers for the Warcraft movie. It’s being directed by the guy behind Moon and Source Code. He is also technically a Bowie! If all else fails, though, when the dust settles, we’ll have at least gotten this cool in-game trailer out of it.
Quite literally, since this is King Llane as he appears in the WarCraft movie.
World of Warcraft is not just massively multiplayer; it’s massively multi-faceted. There are all sorts of different kinds of PVP and PVE, not to mention pet battles, alts, role-play, dungeons, and more. These aspects cater to different people, but when Blizzard changes anything, it seems like everyone’s upset.
Here’s a World of Warcraft Horde wedding ceremony, in the heart of the enemy faction’s capital city, in Stormwind Cathedral.