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Post by Eorl @ 05:08pm 14/10/14 | 4 Comments
World of Warcraft is about to change once again thanks to the pre-expansion patch 6.0.2 hitting the servers by tomorrow, bringing about quite possibly the biggest changes to be seen in the game's nearly 10 year life cycle.

To help us understand just some of these changes that both new and old players of WoW will see soon enough, AusGamers was lucky enough to attend an interview with the one and only Tom Chilton. With a range of topics covered, our veteran player in the ranks Warren "Khel" Carroll was able to extract a heavy sack full of information on the newest expansion, Warlords of Draenor, ahead of its release in November.
Right, well certainly we are trying to move towards more of a yearly cadence for expansions. You know I don’t know that we’re going to be all the way at that speed yet, especially considering that with Warlords it was a full two years and like three weeks. But we are certainly farther ahead on our next expansion now than we ever have been upon the release of a previous expansion.
Check out the full interview for all the gossip on World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor, and what the future holds for Blizzard's most popular title.

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Latest Comments
Posted 05:47pm 14/10/14
I stopped playing WoW near the end of Cata. I hate to think what the roadmap is for WoW because judging from the way they talk they expect the game to be going for like another 10 years.
Posted 07:12pm 14/10/14
Ive returned to wow for the first time in 4 years. In all honesty, I love this new style and the way its heading. Its basically all the elements i loved about wow in the first place.
Posted 11:33am 15/10/14
Yeah, I think thats definitely the feeling they're trying to recapture, evoke all that old Warcraft and Burning Crusade nostalgia
Posted 12:32pm 15/10/14
No Aussie servers, not a chance.
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