World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth may be the upcoming expansion for that longstanding MMORPG series from Blizzard and it is proving to become one from the best ones yet. With allied races, a lot of new zones to understand more about, highly requested changes towards the game from fans, along with a climax to some war which was thought endless - the best battle between your Horde and Alliance is going to become huge.

Though the sport doesn't emerge until August, fans is going to be pleased to learn the latest expansion is going to be coming just a little earlier than expected ... a minimum of in America.

Before you receive too excited, the main difference in release isn't astronomical. The game itself is going to be launching for those regions on August 14, with August 13th being the unlock date for Americans. The reason being is straightforward timezone math because for that firs time ever, the development is releasing everywhere in the exact same time.

The disadvantage to this news is the fact that many are worried we'll visit a repeat from the Warlords of Draenor fiasco in 2014. Servers were incredibly overloaded if this first launched, making the sport unplayable for a lot of and it ... it had not been fun.

Still ... huzzah with an earlier release time! I've been playing World of Warcraft since vanilla to see the Horde vs Alliance battle finally come to some head has become a treat and something that I feel will truly bring fans from the franchise together once again. Yes, even Alliance scum (kidding).

Game director Ion Hazzikostas recently sat down with Polygon to talk about some from the questions fans have experienced about the new Warfronts and just what they mean for that title. What we learned was they apparently were heavily relying on the strategy game Warcraft 3 and can feature 20-player PvE missions using the characters in the helm of heroes leading the charge for that faction they've pledged their loyalty too. You're going to hear lots of "For the Horde" over here at WWG, just saying.

The director exposed a bit about one from the first missions that players can attempt called Stromgarde Keep, which is going to be available in the Arathi Highlands. For those that happen to be with this franchise because the vanilla days, this zone is going to be very familiar for you. The event will launch with Horde vs Alliance until one from the factions has ample resources to kickstart a Warfront.

Seems pretty straightforward, along with a really enjoyable PvE experience. The ultimate goal would be to take control from the zone, which could then spur a counter Warfront for that ultimate revenge. The director also managed to get clear that winning a Warfront isn't only goal either, simply launching you will reap the advantages. Since there is no "failure state," there is no reason to not launch in. Eventually, the zones will trade hands from faction to faction every 1-2 weeks, though we do not have any clear idea just what the rewards is going to be for holding down a zone versus simply partaking.

“In Battle for Azeroth, the stakes for that Alliance and also the Horde are really high, along with a player’s faction may have a more meaningful effect on their experience compared to any World of Warcraft expansion up to now,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. “Whether they’re journeying to unexplored lands to recruit allies or fighting to secure war resources, players will redefine what it really truly means to become ‘For the Horde’ or ‘For the Alliance’ when the development arrives this August.”

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth begins August 14th - unless you are in America!

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