Update 11/7/2015: World of Warcraft: Legion Trailer Revealed
BlizzCon just started and it comes with a number of great news. BlizzCon 2015 promised to be full of events in the gaming industry and in the movie industry at the same time. The Blizzard event is held at the Anaheim Convention Center and features developer discussion panels, esports competitions, costume and talent contest and a lot more. It will even host a Linkin Park concert. Gamers waited for the most part of the year for this day to come and now it has arrived. Whether it will bring all they were hoping for or not, we’ll have to wait until the end of the convention to know.
Probably the most awaited moment of the Blizz Con was the release of the new World of Warcraft: Legion Trailer. This gives us a peek inside the sixth extension to the World of Warcraft multiplayer online role- playing game. Blizzard Entertainment unveiled the game at Gamescom, 2015, on August 6. Ever since subscribers patiently or eagerly awaited for more information regarding the game.
World of Warcraft: Legion brings a number of changes to the role- playing game. World of Warcraft- Legion offers a new Hero Class, the Demon Hunter. This is a hero class that starts at level 98. Changes are also going to appear in the areas on Azeroth. The Broken Isles is a new area introduced here. World of Warcraft- Legion also raises the existing level cap from 100 to 110. It also features artifact weapons for every specialization of the classes. So the new extension to the Word of Warcraft will bring a lot of goodies to the gamers who are eagerly waiting for it to be released. Until it will be, they will feed on every official or leaked information they can get.
World of Warcraft: Legion is considered by some to be the beginning of the end of World of Warcraft. The sixth extension will not bring the end of the game, but it seems that Blizzard is starting to develop the game in such a way that the threads of the storyline are starting to be wrapped up. Of course, even those who think that the World of Warcraft- Legion is the beginning of the end of the story state that the World of Warcraft game will certainly not disappear any time soon. There are still lots of things to uncover and discover on Azeroth to give gamers something to do for a long time.