Battle for Azeroth will let players create cross-realm communities

Bill Rogers
November 4, 2017

We also saw the expansion's new cinematic introduction, which was as ugly and rubbish as they always are for World of Warcraft.

New continents are being added to the world too, Kul Tiras for the Alliance which is the home of Jaina Proudmore, and the Troll island of Zandalar for the Horde.

Everyone knew something related to World of Warcraft was coming and Blizzard Entertainment delivered. Battle for Azeroth has all of that, and it will give players the option to create new characters allied races, and each race will come with their own abilities and customization options.

Other new elements introduced in this expansion are Island Expeditions, where three players cooperatively take on a rotating assortment of tasks on an island. You can take a look at the full reveal trailer directly below.

Blizzard are also innovating and pumping out fresh content for this expansion.

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Players will try to earn their favor and upon doing so will and unlock each race. "Not the actual launch experience", he jokes.

In addition to the news about World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, the seventh expansion to the game, Blizzard had a very special announcement for fans who have been playing since the beginning. Announced at BlizzCon 2017, it reignites the rivalry between World of Warcraft's two major factions, the Horde and the Alliance.

A beta test for Battles for Azeroth will be taking place, and you can opt into it through the official site.

First up, PvP servers are going away entirely. The level cap will go up to 120, and there will be new dungeons to explore in Freehold and Atal'Dazar.

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