The two previous expansions for World of Warcraft, Battle for Azeroth and Shadowlands, has both been huge disappointments.
I always try to avoid information about the next expansion to have a fairly untouched mind when it’s released. It’s impossible to avoid everything though, but that’s okay really, and some of the things I’ve seen and hears looks sweet!
I sleep and are awake several times every day/night, and the timing to wake up now was pretty good since the release of Dragonflight was only a couple of hours ago.
However, the release of a new expansion is never streamlined, and nor is it this time. 🙂
If anything, Blizzard always make sublime cinematics for launches, and this one is not an exception. Check it out:
I’ve been playing this game since 2007 (I think it is), and I still do. I take some breaks now and then, but I play it fairly often.
For historic reasons I thought maybe it’s time for a few screenshots of some of my characters. Mostly because of their mogs, and some for their names. I will also have a quick explanation for their names if there’s a point to it.
I haven’t done many screenshots since I got a new gaming PC, so the graphics are much better than it used to either way.
There we go, a little overview of some of my characters. Not all are level 60 yet, and I have close to 50 characters overall. Some are very low level though.
World of Tanks has a special even nowadays (like they often have), and they’ve added a couple of small games. One is an arcade type of game, and then there’s this Game & Watch type of game: Quartermaster.
It’s pretty fun really, and it brings back memories to when I played some of these old handhelds (Pac-Man was a favorite).
In this recorded game I managed to get the maximum points (170) in one game, which gives an amount of tickets I can spend on crafting Dog Tags for the event.