Das amerikanische Computer Games Magazine hat scheinbar tiefer greifende Informationen über die neue Allianzrasse, die im World of Warcraft AddOn Burning Crusade ins Spiel eingeführt wird. Dort wird in einem Text über die nahende Erweiterung spekuliert und folgende Zeilen tauchen auf: Alliance players will enjoy playing as Draenei, and the new Blood Elf race gives the Horde faction its first exercise in what humans perceive as sex appeal (even though those Troll females are pretty cute). Woher die Informationen stammen sollten ist nicht bekannt. Die Meldung sollte daher mit Vorsicht zu genießen sein. Es besteht immer noch die Chance, dass die Spieler Furbolgs oder Pandaren als neue Rasse wählen dürfen. Unter "read more" finden Sie den ganzen Text.Developer/Publisher Blizzard Entertainment
Release Date Summer
*You've hit that wall known as Level 60, at least once if not multiple times, as WoW has been voted "Easiest MMO to Cap Out Ever"; Blizzard's new level cap of 70 will at least give you something higher to shoot for.
*They're not just upgrading spells and skills (like Conjure Water rank 32, or Kidney Shot rank 19); they're adding brand-new ones, as well as additional tiers in the talent trees.
*The socketed item phenomenon that was sort of "coined" by Diablo will be implemented and Jewelcrafting added to the tradesperson skill set.
*Alliance players will enjoy playing as Draenei, and the new Blood Elf race gives the Horde faction its first exercise in what humans perceive as sex appeal (even though those Troll females are pretty cute).
*If you're bored with the same old continents and dungeons -- which you probably are -- Burning Crusade adds the planet of Outland, formerly Draenor, around which Level 70 characters can fly on Nether Dragon mounts.
*You can't fight on your Nether Dragon, nor use it outside of Outland, and it's slower than the current flying contingent of Griffons and Bats.
*They're not planning to add new classes at this juncture, nor will the "hero class" be ready to launch.
*Those of you who've spent the last several hundred game hours getting those epic armor sets and Arathi stuff might be disappointed that they won't be the end-all and be-all anymore.
*And will the current zones all of a sudden become deserted when people flock to the new areas? (Have you been to the n00b zones in EverQuest in the past thousand years? The NPCs are there, but they're awfully lonely.)