World of Warcraft Expansion Pack 'Mists of Pandaria' Coming September 25

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Blizzard has announced that the fourth expansion for World of Warcraft, Mists of Pandaria, will be released for Mac and PC on September 25.
Unlock The Mysteries of Pandaria

You've ended Deathwing's destructive rampage and saved the dragonflights from extinction.

Now you must unlock the mysteries of the lost continent and discover the dark secrets of Pandaria's past. Explore ancient kingdoms hidden since before the Sundering, plunder vast treasures from the depths of the forgotten vaults, and rise to defend Pandaria from the shadow of a long buried evil - before it's too late.
As is typical for Blizzard, it will be offering two versions of Mists of Pandaria: a standard edition for $39.99 and a deluxe edition for $59.99 that includes a unique in-game mount, pet, and banner.

Users can pre-purchase Mists of Pandaria via Blizzard's Battle.net service and begin playing at midnight on release day.



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86 months ago

does anyone else find this expansion kind of creepy?


Dreamworks: Kung Fu Panda

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86 months ago
please, blizzard, stop.
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86 months ago

While PC-only, Guild Wars 2 is where it is at next month :P

Also, does anyone else find this expansion kind of creepy?


Still waiting for Blizzard to announce that it was all just one big April Fool's day joke.
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86 months ago

Wait, so you don't like Pandaland?


I think the next expansion is going to involve unicorns.
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86 months ago

I stopped playing a while ago, but their new talent system seems interesting. An attempt to make it so it's an actually choice instead of a cookie cutter build like many other games (and older versions of WoW).


Cataclysm is the worst for cookie cutter talents. With barely any talents and barely any points to go with it, players can't deviate at all from the "standard" build for a specific spec (i.e. resto/boomkin/feral), or they'll run out of points and have a crap build. At least pre-Cata, each class generally had a few different builds they could use for each spec.

WoW appears to be dying, signified by player numbers dropping quite dramatically; the only thing to stop the bleeding seems to have been the "free Diablo when you buy a year of WoW" offer. Pretty desperate if you ask me. Notice too that Blizzard don't report average users online, only number of active subs. Many of which are now active, but unused due to the Diablo offer.

The game used to be great, but it's slowly declined from the mid-late TBC days. Some parts of WOTLK were good, such as improved artwork and less copy+paste, but WoW's being slowly converted into an easy to play kids game.
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86 months ago
I wish they'd bring out Warcraft IV instead. A real Warcraft IV :p, WoW is definitely not that.
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86 months ago
this game is still going?

They must be doing something right ...
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86 months ago

WoW appears to be dying, signified by player numbers dropping quite dramatically


You appear to have pulled that "fact" out your ass.

It dropped 100k players and then regained them after The Old Republic tanked. Still remains at over 10 million active users.
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86 months ago

You know Pandarians were in Warcraft Lore since W3? Way before Kung Fu Panda!



Thanks for the update and your lack of reading the rest of my post in this thread. :rolleyes:

Never once did I say Dreamworks copied Blizzard.
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86 months ago

I wish they'd bring out Warcraft IV instead. A real Warcraft IV


That would be AMAZING.
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