The seventh expansion of World of Warcraft, Battle of Azeroth, will likely be adding many new content towards the game as usual. Blizzard thinks that in addition to the new allied races, much more functions will likely be introduced for standard competitions to ensure that they are able to be mixed somewhat.
As we have found out, essentially the most substantial changes coming towards the game are the introduction of a brand new continent and allied races. Six of those allied races were announced in 2017, but rumours of an further two have sprung up. Last week, virtually all the dataminers confirmed the release from the Alliance’s possible final allied race.
The first to become announced would be the Mag’har Orcs that will join the Horde. We all know Mag’hars from Warlords of Draenor, and they’re not just “Brown Orcs”. When creating the Mag’har, the players will select which of your 10 orcish clans they are going to join, with each clan supplying distinct heritage armor sets and possibly storylines.
The second allied race may be the Kul Tiran Humans, which will be joining the Alliance. Now, we no longer have the basic model of humans as in the past 14 years, but we are able to create a seemingly stronger, burlier race of humans hailing from the island of Kul’tiras.
We currently understand that the race is going to be customizable, so it is actually all but officially confirmed they may be a playable race. One interesting reality about them is their Druid kind. Humans can finally modify their shape. They appear like a crossbreed between a tree and a bone-y animal.
There’s also a possibility for Blizzard to introduce the capacity to transform the physique forms with the original human models as well as the Kul Tiran Humans, but these rumors have however to be formally confirmed. Also, you’ll be able to study far more about Mag’har Orcs in our write-up about them.
Blizzard Entertainment still hold their current IPs away from the clutches of Activision, despite their merger in 2008. But this nevertheless will not stop Blizzard from rolling out an expansion every two years. On BlizzCon 2017, they announced the seventh expansion of World of Warcraft, Battle for Azeroth, scheduled to become released in mid-2018.