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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:32pm 24/08/10 | 9 Comments
China will finally get their hands on the last officially released expansion for WoW with World of WarCraft: Wrath of the Lich King launching there on August 31st.
"We appreciate the continued passion and support that Chinese players have shown for World of Warcraft, and we're working hard to ensure that they have a topnotch gaming experience when Wrath of the Lich King is released," said Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. "This expansion contains some of the best content we've ever created for the game, and we're excited that Chinese players will soon have a chance to explore everything it has to offer."
Hopefully it can remain up and running there, Blizzard and the Chinese government have had issues in the past regarding WoW.



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NoLogic
Posted 02:37pm 24/8/10
Yer was just reading about this - time to go back to China and open a net bar.
gamer
Posted 05:32pm 24/8/10
They must have removed the skeletons... and panda bears... since we all know killing a panda bear in game is unconstitutional.. right china?
Reverend Evil
Posted 05:35pm 24/8/10
Yeah, weird how Blizzard had to remove all skeletons and skulls from the Chinese version
arclore
Posted 07:01pm 24/8/10
f*** china
Vash
Posted 07:27pm 24/8/10
china rules.
Eorl
Posted 08:00pm 24/8/10
O'Doyle Rules!
carson
Posted 11:23pm 24/8/10
Yeah, weird how Blizzard had to remove all skeletons and skulls from the Chinese version

Really? How come?
DM
Posted 11:36pm 24/8/10
There are some posts burried away on MMO-champion about changes made to the game. Anything showing a bone has been covered up. Like such...








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Hogfather
Posted 11:06am 25/8/10
That must have been an epic mod, WOTLK is full of skellingtons.
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