Blizzard Promises Big Changes to Azeroth in WoW: Cataclysm Expansion

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During its BlizzCon 2009 convention being held this week in Anaheim, Calif., Blizzard Entertainment unveiled Cataclysm, an upcoming World of Warcraft expansion pack that promises big changes to Azeroth as the Dragon Aspect called Deathwing returns to wreak havoc on the land. Kalimdor and the Eastern Kingdoms will see new zones revealed, bringing with them new quests, new loot, and more.

Deathwing

Cataclysm will also debut two new playable races: the Alliance's cursed Worgen and the Horde's resourceful Goblins. In addition, the level cap has been raised to 85, players will be able to earn new abilities and tap into new talents, characters will be able to combine races and classes in new ways, and flying mounts will take players on an aerial tour of Azeroth's changes.

A Worgen character

Blizzard has posted a trailer on the World of Warcraft web site, but, in keeping with the company's past precedent, no information regarding shipping date, system requirements, and pricing has been revealed.

 

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3 Comments

Khaled

it’s going to be cataclysmic!

geoduck

Actually there will be a new race called the Canadians. They will use diplomacy to solve disputes over a nice cup of tea. To win you need to establish a United Kingdoms and resolve all the conflicts, which were, at root just a misunderstanding over cultural differences anyway.

This will be the end of WoW.
: ))

Khaled

Actually there will be a new race called the Canadians. They will use diplomacy to solve disputes over a nice cup of tea. To win you need to establish a United Kingdoms and resolve all the conflicts, which were, at root just a misunderstanding over cultural differences anyway.

This will be the end of WoW.

I can see the Titans being the Canadians

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