It looks like Blizzard is adamant about getting some fresh blood into Azeroth. The company has kicked off a series of promotions, including an endless free trial and a new digital Battle Chest. Here's the rundown of all of the ways you can get your friends playing World of Warcraft.
- Endless Free Trial: The time limit on free trials has been lifted, but the restrictions are still in place. The level cap for the trial is set at 20.
- Digital Battle Chest: You can now pick up the original World of Warcraft and The Burning Crusade expansion for $19.99. If you've ever owned the original WoW, then you'll automatically get The Burning Crusade for free.
- Free WoW for Friends: Veteran players who have opted in to receive news and special offers from Blizzard have received an e-mail with a code for a free copy of WoW and 30 days of access. This means you can give a friend the original game and The Burning Crusade for free!
- Recruit-A-Friend Extended to 80: The Recruit-A-Friend benefits have been extended from level 60 to 80, including the triple exp bonus.
With the launch of the endless free trial, many gamers have tossed the term "free-to-play" around. What are your thoughts on all of these promotions? What do you think the future holds for World of Warcraft?