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Post by Eorl @ 02:08pm 16/01/14 | 0 Comments
Those still playing Blizzard's behemoth of an MMO, World of Warcraft, and somewhat frustrated by long queue times will be given a chance to jump ship to select servers for free thanks to new server migrations.

The announcement was made on the World of Warcraft's forums, but only for the following specific transfers from high-demand servers to less populated realms:
  • Area 52 -> Turalyon
  • Stormrage -> Turalyon
  • Tichondrius -> Blackrock
  • Illidan -> Blackrock
  • Bleeding Hollow -> Korgath
  • Darkspear -> Korgath
  • Those wanting to take advantage of these free migrations can do so by heading to Battle.net and begin a life anew. The transfers will only be avilable for about a week, or until the destination server is filled, however it looks like some issues have cropped up which Blizzard are aware of and currently working on fixing.





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