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Fortunately, WoW sport developer Jeremy Feasel

Posted By Kei keismart     Jun 8    

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The short centers onto a familiar face from the Warcraft universe: Uther. In case you played Warcraft 3: Reign of Chaos, you will know the WOW Classic Burning Crusade Gold former Paladin as mentor of Arthas Menethil, the personality who would become one of Warcraft's most notorious villains.

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands large pre-expansion event is live on the test servers and it has unleashed an unfathomably big zombie plague on gamers, turning Azeroth's capital cities to undead wastelands. Countless zombies are stalking the streets, devouring any NPC they can find--even including a few that offer quests--and turning them into the undead. Players that get within arm's reach can also be infected, so providing them particular zom-bilities and allowing them attack other players to spread the infection.

To be clear, this isn't occurring in the live version of the match but on its own public servers. It's here that Blizzard evaluations upcoming modifications to the match, such as the upcoming level cap squish (max level players will only be level 50, together with all the new level cap being 60 if Shadowlands releases) and the overhauled new player experience. Butsometime after this autumn, this event will start on live servers--and when it's anything like what is happening now, it is going to be a bloodbath.

I am not exactly sure when the event is functioning as planned. At the moment, Stormwind is completely overrun with ghouls which are rampaging through the streets and virtually everything that goes. The auction house, vendors, and even the bank are all unusable--that may be frustrating for players that, once the event is truly live, are just trying to go about their day to day company.

Over on the WoW subreddit, players also have found ways to attract the zombie infestation out capital cities, making entire regions of Azeroth uninhabitable. It is funny to see how much the mirrors a true zombie plague, as slain players and NPCs both transform to ghouls so their numbers are constantly growing.

Fortunately, WoW sport developer Jeremy Feasel confirmed the zombie invasion part of the event will only be active for a couple of hours through the day rather than all the time. I am actually a little disappointed with that, frankly, because I think it'd be interesting to see an all-out, 24/7 invasion that cheap TBC Classic Gold players need to try and contain--something similar to World of Warcraft's notorious Corrupted Blood event.

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