Want better odds of getting into the beta? Our sister site, Wowhead, is running a giveaway! Completing in-game achievements enters you to win one of our 2,000 keys. Check out the post for more details.
So why might you want a beta key? Let's check out what's coming up in Warlords of Draenor!
It's been three weeks since the Warlords of Draenor Alpha went live, and for three weeks I've been exploring every nook and cranny of Frostfire Ridge, the Horde starting zone in World of Warcraft's next expansion. Now, as we wait impatiently for Blizzard to release the next zone for testing, the time has come for me to share my findings.
Allow me to sum up my experience right now, in a single word. Breathtaking. Allow me now to explain why.
Currently available for $16.25, the giant, flesh-eating bat that is the Armored Bloodwing is account-wide and automatically scales to the fastest riding skill known by each character you choose to soar into battle with.
The Blossoming Ancient is now $6.50 and can be used in pet battles or simply as a companion. These 'spirited saplings' change color with the seasons but hurry, because these offers only last until June 3.
World of Warcraft is currently in an awkward place at the moment, with players wondering how to pass the time while waiting for the next expansion. With a December release of Warlords of Draenor looking more and more likely, I'm here to share some of things that are keeping me interested in the game.
Paul Jr of American Chopper fame has been hard at work for the past six weeks creating two real-life choppers for World of Warcraft, one to represent the Alliance, and the other, the Horde. This week, WoW players will get to vote on which one is the best, with the winning chopper to go into the game as a mount for the victorious faction.