Battle for Azeroth launches in August

Pauline Obrien
April 6, 2018

Blizzard has landed on an August 14, 2018 release for World of Warcraft's seventh expansion, Battle for Azeroth. There will also be a new PvE mode inspired by classic Warcraft RTS battles, where players will participate in the large-scale 20-player cooperative Warfront to claim a key strategic location. Don't forget the level cap that's been raised to 100, new Allied Races, a new Heart of Azeroth artifact, and more new stuff than you can shake a stick at. New Allied Races, new zones, new. well, everything!

Battle for Azeroth promises players all the fantastic late game additions from the previous expansion, Legion, as well as new activities like Island Expeditions and Warfronts.

The new expansion will bring two new kingdoms to explore; as one of the Horde's champions players will be able to travel to the empire of Zandalar and use the troll's naval might, as one of the heroes of the Alliance players can journey to the seafaring kingdom of Kul Tiras and enlist its inhabitants.

Battle for Azeroth - Standard, Digital Deluxe, and Collector's Editions.

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The Azeroth is Burning card back will add firey style to your favorite Hearthstone decks.

Prowl into the Nexus with your new Primal Flamesaber mount. The Digital Deluxe Edition ($70) packs in additional in-game goodies, including a baby Tortollan pet and Gilded Ravasaur and Seabraid Stallion mounts.

The Battle for Azeroth Collector's Edition retails for $99.99.

You'll get a Horde & Alliance Double-Sided Mark of Allegiance, with stand included. Each story includes original artwork exclusive to this edition.

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Battle of Azeroth actually takes place after the events of the last game of the massively popular multiplayer online role-playing game.

In the meantime, the next adventure begins August 14th! Supplies are limited; players should check with their local retailer for preorder details and availability.

Blizzard has announced a few different options in which to purchase Battle of Azeroth upon its release.

In addition, starting today, anyone interested in joining the fight with the next expansion can pre-purchase Battle for Azeroth digitally through the Blizzard Shop and receive the current expansion, Legion™, for free.

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