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Battle for Azeroth will take us to Kul Tiras and Zandalar

Battle for Azeroth will take us to Kul Tiras and Zandalar

Moreover, we also saw the reveals of World of Warcraft Classic, allowing players to replay the original World of Warcraft during its early years.

World of Warcraft is stoking faction rivalries once again with its latest expansion, Battle for Azeroth. The Alliance will begin in the pirate-infested Kul Tiras, while the Horde will tackle the trolls on the continent of Zandalar.

More will be revealed throughout the weekend at BlizzCon, so check out the virtual ticket for the livestreams, if you bought it. The new expansion has been titled Battle for Azeroth. Also, each race will come with their own unique cosmetic armor that can be unlocked once they are fully leveled. World of Warcraft players are still eagerly awaiting the release of Antorus, the Burning Throne to take down the Burning Legion at their strongest, so we'll have to wait for Sargeras to be taken down first.

During today's Blizzcon, the company announced what many said they never would: World of Warcraft Classic, i.e. vanilla servers. "So please bear with us, it's going to take some time".

He followed with a cheeky promise to "reproduce the classic gaming experience, but not the actual launch experience". A big focus of the expansion will be dominating warfronts for your respective faction, meaning you allegiances will be tested more than ever before. Other new features a level cap of 120, new dungeons and raids, and island expeditions where groups of three race against enemy players to collect island resources.

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