World of Warcraft News
Blizzard Entertainment is getting the launch state of World of Warcraft in tip top shape.
Blizzard Entertainment has a demo of its planned classic revival all ready for Blizzcon.
Even the vanilla version of World of Warcraft was coming in hot.
Shipping 3.4 million units in its first 24 hours.
You don't need to purchase the base game anymore, just subscribe monthly.
Real jail. Not one of those in-game jails you can break out of if your Lockpicking skill is high enough.
If you were expecting Allied Races in the next patch, it's not happening.
The Vanilla server players wanted is here.
Blizzard tries to help out with a tiny pet.
Patch 7.3 sends players to another planet to fight the Burning Legion.
From the planet of Argus to Kul'Tiras?
The next patch takes Blizzard Entertainment's MMO to a whole new world.
Warcraft Tales was a bit too much for a simple WoW mod, in Blizzard's estimation.
Blizzard outlines patch 7.1.5 and patch 7.2, the Tomb of Sargeras.
Tom Chilton has bid farewell to World of Warcraft after 12 years of service.
Legion hasn't gained on its predecessors with this launch, but it hasn't lost either.
Find out about Gul'Dan's past and where you can kill Gary Busey, all in the same place!
Blizzard Entertainment shuts down the most popular World of Warcraft legacy server. Is there a way forward for the concept?
Blizzard Entertainment finally has a release date for its next WoW expansion.
According to Blizzard, it's so the pay-to-endgame solution doesn't "devalue the accomplishment of levelling."
As the world's most-subscribed MMORPG approaches its tenth anniversary, Blizzard's giving Azeroth's population a much-needed makeover.
You can now buy pets and mounts without ever leaving Azeroth
Blizzard lead designer Tom Chilton admits that free-to-play is a great unknown and Mike rants about the perceived goodness of sub fees.