Dust off your subscriptions! The Battle for Azeroth begins this August.
A new battle royale mode is just scratching the surface for World of Warcraft's next big update.
Pre-orders are now open for the next World of Warcraft expansion and Digital Deluxe Edition goodies include items for a few other Blizzard games.
During this past weekend's BlizzCon, Greg Burke stopped to chat with World of Warcraft Lead Producer Ray Cobo about the upcoming Battle for Azeroth expansion, as well as inquire about the current developmental progress of WoW: Classic.
The Legion homeworld is the focus of the latest patch, which adds a new dungeon, invasion points and new world quests in preparation for the a new raid, Antorus, the Burning Throne.
Finding good guildies is hard, but when you meet that perfect healer, it is all worth it.
Blizzard still doesn't like servers running different versions of its game.
Greg Burke took a close look at Hearthstone's Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion announcement, and thinks he may have found a hint about the next World of Warcraft expansion.
The first part of the update is already on the Public Test Realm.
You'll need to stop playing from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. PT so you can get your new content.
The Nighthold raid will open the following week.
The server will go live on December 17, but how long will it last?
Have you always wanted a Corgi to follow you around in World of Warcraft? Then you're going to want to log into the game soon to earn yourself a free pup!
The dev team took the time at BlizzCon to outline what is coming in the next couple of content updates.
New raid, mythic dungeon, and world quests added as well
Mythic Return to Karazhan dungeon being added, along with other goodies.
The game just came out and Blizzard is already teasing patch 7.1.
The patch will bring back Karazhan and fill it to the brim with bosses.
The Legion expansion is coming, but the Illidari are getting an early jump on the invasion.
You can play them only if you have pre-ordered the game, however.