Sadly, it seems to be like current rumors relating to World of Warcraft leaping the PC ship have been enormously exaggerated. We have reached out to Blizzard, and so they’ve confirmed that their legendary MMO will not be making the leap to Xbox Sequence X in spite of everything.
The place did this World of Warcraft confusion come from?
Rumors began flying when gaming information website Gematsu spotted a Brazilian listing for World of Warcraft. The itemizing was for the sport’s new enlargement Shadowlands and listed a 2020 launch date for each Xbox Sequence X and PC. On each platforms, the sport was listed at an advisory age score of 12 for “violence” and “animated violence”. It seems that the Xbox Sequence X itemizing was made in error. You possibly can check out the unique inaccurate itemizing beneath:
Blizzard has been fairly adamant up to now that World of Warcraft would not come to console, so the itemizing got here as a little bit of a shock. As anticipated, Blizzard public relations coordinator Aramis Ramirez advised us that the corporate “at the moment has no plans” to carry World of Warcraft or Shadowlands to Xbox Sequence X. Ramirez says the platform was listed “in error”, and that the entry has since been up to date to mirror that. True sufficient, the Brazilian World of Warcraft: Shadowlands itemizing now only points to PC as an alternative of Xbox Sequence X as properly.
Will we ever see World of Warcraft on console?
This information might come as a blow to those that have been hoping for World of Warcraft‘s console debut. In an interview with Eurogamer relating to controller assist in World of Warcraft, Blizzard’s John Hight says if the sport ever does come to console, it might must “[feel] proper” and the world would have to be “visually as engaging as [it is] on PC”. Appears like there are not any plans to carry World of Warcraft to console proper now, nevertheless it does stay one thing that Hight is curious about, so by no means say by no means.
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is the MMORPG’s eighth enlargement pack. It is going to introduce a “degree squish” to the sport, with gamers at the moment at degree 120 dropping to degree 50 and a brand new degree cap of 60 being launched. The enlargement will invite gamers to discover the Shadowlands, World of Warcraft‘s afterlife, and can introduce extra customization choices for characters in addition to new dungeons and zones. Shadowlands can also be introducing Torghast, a roguelike-style limitless dungeon for solo and group play. You’ll get your palms on Shadowlands a while this 12 months.
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