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Tuesday, 05 October 2010 09:05

Blizzard confirms Cataclysm release

Written by David Stellmack
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Drops on December 7th, despite talk of delay
Blizzard made it official today, so wonder no more…the release of the next World of Warcraft expansion pack known as Cataclysm will ship yet this year, as originally thought. Despite a number of rumors suggesting news that a delay was coming, Blizzard reaffirmed the fact it would ship this year by announcing an official release date of December 7th, 2010.

Cataclysm, despite the fact that it is being called an expansion is apparently much more than that, as it is features a recreation of much of the original Azeroth environment along with new adventures for players. Cataclysm will also raise the level cap to 85, which is something that long-time players will be looking forward to.

Cataclysm will be offered in a number of ways for purchase for both Windows and Mac platforms. The game will be offered in a retail Standard Edition, Collector’s Edition, and of as a digital download from the Blizzard Store. The suggested retail price is $39.99 and the Collector’s Edition is going for $79.99.

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0 #1 JAB Creations 2010-10-05 11:38
The main reason I stopped playing is because of 14 year olds. Seriously, I have too much of a life to deal with helping people in a guild I ran to have them leave after hitting the level cap and not returning the help nor do I have the patience to deal with 14 year olds who run guilds with overinflated egos.

It doesn't help when I tell my friends I'm on X server with a 60/70/80 & they go on Y server and tell me to abandon my character because they spent a couple hours and got to level 10, times a dozen friends.

To be fair they have improved dungeons though you're still going to get a 1/4 group that includes a druid who refuses to heal & someone telling you how to play your character because no one has ever played that dungeon less then 500 runs.
 
 
+1 #2 Wolfdale 2010-10-05 12:37
@ JAB, totaly agree

also, i still wonder that milking cow called WoW is still not dead,
the game is rubbish, the support is poor, it looks like crap and its being run by kids and goldfarmers

many new mmo's out there, and some highly anticipated ones coming out in a few months

i hope blizzard will be forced to shut down servers and face the fact their money tree has passed on when the new generation mmo's come out
 

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