The Warcraft movie is a highly-anticipated movie that many fans of the franchise are looking forward to, although admittedly the footage from the trailers we’ve seen has been somewhat mixed. That being said, how would the Warcraft movie look like had Blizzard used World of Warcraft assets?
Turns out it’s actually not too shabby. This is thanks to YouTuber Ivan Kuzkin who managed to recreate footage from the trailer of the movie using World of Warcraft assets, and we have to say that it looks pretty good.
There have been some mixed reactions to the Warcraft movie trailer and footage that we have seen. Some have complained that it looks too cartoony and that we could be headed for a movie that will end up being a disaster like the Dungeons & Dragons movie, but at the same time many are holding out in hopes that with Blizzard being involved that we will actually end up with good show.
The movie is set for a release in the US come 10th of June, meaning that we have a little over a month to go before we will be able to find out for ourselves.
World of Warcraft players hitting the level cap isn’t big news, but one tenacious player did so by dancing his way to the top.
Twitch user Rudeism livestreamed his final push to level 100 for more than 12 hours. He’d been at it for about a month before that, using Dance Revolution pads the entire time. Rudeism celebrated his success by doing a little dance. The final moments was at the 7:07:00 mark.
This isn’t the first time Rudeism has controlled a game in a unique way. He’s highlighted some of his most impressive moments, such as playing Superhot with dance pads, Mirror’s Edge with a steering wheel, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive with a guitar controller. He even scored an impressive aerial goal in Rocket League with the guitar.
In World of Warcraft news, the game is set to receive another expansion, while a new children’s book series based on the MMO will release this November. You can also check out World of Warcraft characters brought to life by a television show on Syfy.
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There are literally thousands of achievements to unlock in World of Warcraft and, as of now, exactly two players have pulled off that impressive feat.
The folks over at Kotaku stumbled upon this story simply by checking out the WoW achievements page. At present, there are 2,511 achievements available in World of Warcraft that, once unlocked, total a whopping 25,825 achievement points. If you take a gander at the listings, two players have actually reached the top of that mountain, unlocking all of the extra challenges the game has to offer. Also impressive are the eight players that are hot on their heels, with several other just a few achievements off of the mark.
For those of you used to chasing down Achievements on the Xbox or Trophies on the PlayStation, what sets this collection apart is the fact that some of those achievements are astronomically hard to actually get, requiring an untold number of hours of dedication to the game.
As for who these dedicated WoW players are, one is a Russian priest (in the game, not in real life) and a druid from the U.S. Honestly, the U.S. player. They have the exact same score as their companion on Achievement Island but, they will forever be stuck in second place. That’s got to burn just a little.
Rob Kazinsky was “fat” but “deliriously happy” when he played computer games for a living.
The ‘Second Chance’ actor – who rose to fame on British soap ‘EastEnders’ before finding success in Hollywood in the Fox series – is set to star in the movie adaptation of the popular game ‘World of Warcraft’ but revealed he used to get paid to play the game and had never been happier.
He said: “It was the happiest (job), I’ll tell you that. All I did was sit down in my underwear, order food in and play computer games for 18 hours and get fat and I was deliriously happy while doing it.”
Nowadays the 32-year-old heartthrob is too busy with acting to keep his old job up and has a string of movie credits to his name – including movies ‘Pacific Rim’ and ‘Hot Pursuit’ alongside Hollywood starlets SofÃa Vergara and Reece Witherspoon.
However, he confessed that old habits die hard and still finds time to fit in a few hours of game-play here and there.
Rob told People: “I still play… I played it professionally for a long time. It was my job 18 hours a day to play that game at one point.”
buy cheap wow gold It’s been a few years since the GTA 5 was released and the GTA fans are already wondering when the GTA 6 will be released and what new features it will come with.
Unfortunately, Rockstar hasn’t made any official announcement about the GTA 6 and it’s not sure yet if they are currently working on the game. There are rumors which say that Rockstar is planning to make GTA 6 as famous as the World of Warcraft game. World of Warcraft has been released back in 2004 and since then, the game has received expansions after expansions, which made the players stick to this awesome game.
On the other hand, GTA 5 was released in 2013 and we agree that the developers made an awesome job with it, especially with the new GTA Online experience. GTA 5 is surely not a MMO game, but Rockstar might consider making the upcoming GTA 6 a MMO type of game.
It is easier to bring expansions to an already created game and Rockstar should consider doing this on this game. However, let’s not forget that World of Warcraft has a monthly payment fee, which means that Blizzard takes 15 dollars each month from every WoW player. Currently, WoW has 5.6 million players, so we’ll let you do the math of how much money Blizzard is making with this game every month. We also remind you that back in 2010, there were around 12 million WoW subscribers.
Even if it’s quite easy to make an expansion based on an already released game, it does require a lot of work and money. The only thing that Rockstar can do with GTA is to release paid DLCs, but that probably won’t cover all the expenses of the development.
GTA 6 will probably get released sometime in 2018-2019. There are rumors which say that the game will contain more maps, which will allow you to move from a state to another. However, this was not confirmed by Rockstar so we should take the news with a bit of salt.
The 10th anniversary of anything is hard to follow up. A decade is such a huge milestone, one that most people hold in extremely high regards. The 11th anniversary, not so much-it just doesn’t hold that same level of esteem as its predecessor.
With World of Warcraft, it’s no different: compared to last year’s nostalgia trip, the MMO’s 11th Anniversary celebration is relatively tame. It’s far more traditional than opening up classic raids or old battlegrounds-that being said, World of Warcraft’s 11th Anniversary is something that anyone still playing the game should try and be a part of.
Let’s be honest: most MMO anniversary gifts are pretty small, and World of Warcraft’s 11th anniversary gifts don’t exactly break the mold. For the most part, Blizzard’s latest batch of gifts are limited-charge cosmetic items: upon logging in, players will find special wands with Murloc and Gnoll disguises waiting for them in their mailbox, along with a cosmetic version of Edwin Vancleef’s armor and the legendary Thunderfury blade.
The piece de resistance is an 11% experience boost-while it won’t change the game for most players, it’s still a sizeable buff for anyone still making their way towards Level 100.
True, World of Warcraft’s 11th Anniversary celebration doesn’t change the game, but the fact that WoW is still going after more than a decade is more than enough of a reason to celebrate-even if it’s just with an inflatable sword.
For anyone who wants in on the festivities, all you have to do is log into your WoW account sometime between Nov. 16 and Nov. 30. World of Warcraft’s next major expansion, simply titled Legion, is due out sometime in September 2016. Cheap wow gold online
Thousands of Blizzard fans are anxiously awaiting the arrival of 2015’s BlizzCon, the holy site of all things Diablo, StarCraft and Warcraft. Less than a month stands between now and the November 6-7 event and Blizzard is wrapping up their final details. Today the schedule for BlizzCon 2015 was published and soon removed, listing panels, presentations and contests aplenty. Perhaps there are a few surprises hidden in the schedule too.
As for what isn’t surprising, World of Warcraft’s next big expansion, Legion, is looking like the star of the show. An hour and a half long “World and Content Overview” presentation for Legion fills the much vaunted slot directly after the BlizzCon 2015 opening ceremony. Three more panels and presentations for World of Warcraft will follow over the next 48 hours for a total of four and a half hours of Legion delight. None of Blizzard’s other properties will command as much attention this BlizzCon. Not too surprising considering previous expansion Warlords of Draenor increased subscription rates by over 4 million users before peaking over 10 million.
That doesn’t mean Blizzard’s other franchises will go ignored, however. Both Heroes of the Storm and StarCraft II will each have three events during the convention. Hearthstone and Blizzard’s in-development shooter Overwatch come next with two events each. That leaves poor Diablo III with only a single “Dev Talk” panel at BlizzCon. Perhaps speculation that the game’s next expansion could be revealed is premature?
From an outside perspective, the hype for BlizzCon this year is surprisingly tame. Expansions for both World of Warcraft and StarCraft II are interesting, but perhaps not showstopping. Overwatch is highly anticipated, but Blizzard doesn’t typically prize or market beta events-if a beta is even revealed this year. That leaves room for either a huge, surprise announcement or the void that the lack of an announcement would leave.
What should fans expect from BlizzCon 2015? Do they have an announcement hidden away? Do they need one?BlizzCon 2015 is scheduled to begin on November 6 and run through the next day in Anaheim, California. Cheap wow gold online
FabZat today announced its partnership with FigurePrints as the exclusive European provider of 3D printing for the World of Warcraft franchise. FabZat will now provide players with access to unique 3D printed figures from the world’s most popular subscription-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game. Starting today, European players will be able to design, customize and order unique 3D figures from directly inside the game to be shipped anywhere quickly in the EU through FabZat’s services.
Florent Pitoun, FabZat CEO and co-founder, said: “We provide EU fans of the World of Warcraft franchise with customizable on-demand 3D printing of the characters they love from the game. And, we provide this service in full-color sandstone using 3D Systems’ CJP technology to ensure the highest quality products are delivered to customers. It’s this focus on quality and attention to detail that has made us the preferred choice for industry-leading game publishers.”
Ed Fries, FigurePrints CEO, said: “We’re focused on enabling players to bring their World of Warcraft characters to life, and now we can offer a greater level of service through our partnership with FabZat. After reviewing several European companies in this space, we felt that FabZat would be the right partner due to their outstanding reputation for fast delivery times, unmatched quality and seamless import experience.”
For over 3 years, FabZat has fine-tuned its 3D printing approach using a proprietary formula of chemical hardeners, inks for the best rendering, and varnishing specially designed for sandstone materials. Through this approach and commitment to best-in-class entertainment figurines, FabZat has developed a 3D printing process that is unmatched in the industry. Developers can monetize their games by easily integrating FabZat’s solution for on-demand 3D printing and in-app merchandising through a state-of-the-art shop plugin for iOS, Android, and Unity, along with Facebook, Web and PC gaming support. Cheap wow gold online
Cheap wow gold online When sci-fi MMO Wildstar launched as a hardcore, subscription-based massively-multiplayer-online roleplaying game in June of 2014, it had gamers and critics alike scratching their collective heads in confusion.
Here was an MMO launching in 2014 that not only hoped to reel in a sustainable subscriber base in an age of free-to-play online games, but was going to do so by emulating the complex, time-consuming MMOs of bygone years. Casual was in and hardcore was out, and WildStar-which certainly looked fun and had a great art style-was already antiquated at launch.
“Five years ago the landscape looked different,” WildStar Product Director Mike Donatelli tells me. That’s when Carbine began working on the current iteration of WildStar-the game had been in development in one form or another for much longer-and back then, at least from the developer’s perspective, the subscription model wasn’t in such dire straits.
The development team decided to build the game with a subscription model in mind, which makes sense given Carbine was founded by ex-Blizzard developers in 2005(and acquired by publisher NCSoft two years later).
Cheap wow gold online The creators of the famous World of Warcraft have been teasing fans about what to expect with the next expansion. In this year, Blizzard has released two updates that are said to improve game experience and add more features. But fans are actually growing impatient for World of Warcraft: Legion which reportedly has been in planning for years now.
In an interview done by Game Reactor with Game Director Tom Chilton and Lead Game Designer Ion Hazzikostas, it was revealed that Blizzard has been planning World of Warcraft: Legion for three years. Chilton said, “We go through multiple expansions at a time and there was a point in which we were trying to decide the order of which should come first, Warlords of Draenor versus Legion … and we had decided that the right thing story wise was for Warlords to come first and lead into Legion. So we have known what we are going to do on core level since two and half three years ago or so now. It was around 2012 we were talking about that.”
Earlier this year, Blizzard released Patch 6.2.0 titled “Fury of Hellfire”. The patch brought Tanaan Jungle and the Shipyard and provided players with a host of new gameplay options, according to Master Herald. Then on September 1, the company released Patch 6.2.2 officially titled “Draenor Pathfinder: Prepare for Flying”. The patch enabled gamers who already have Draenor Pathfinder achievement the ability to fly in the skies of Draenor. But fans are wondering why Blizzard seems to have missed an update. Where is Patch 6.2.1?
Following Blizzard’s announcement in August, fans are hoping that Legion would finally be coming next. According to Master Herald, “World of Warcraft: Legion” has become one of the most awaited strategy games since its announcement. So not only did Jonathan LeCraft, senior game designer, announced that the next expansion would be released sometime in the latter part of next year, he has also revealed some of the additions for not only the existing gamers but also to encourage new gamers to join.
Part of what he has revealed for the next expansion is the level cap that will be raised to 110. He also revealed that a new hero class called Demon Hunter will be added whose characteristics involve spectral sight, metamorphosis, and unrivaled mobility. Moreover, there will also be a new area called The Broke Isles with new dungeons, raids and bosses, and of course, Artifacts, which are customizable weapons that level up in power as players do.