Fans are all waiting to get their hands on the latest World of Warcraft expansion, called Legion. Last year we heard that the game would be released before September of 2016 and right now it looks like Blizzard is right on track to deliver on time. That will make fans very happy.
The company has officially announced that the August 30th of 2016 will be the official release date for the Legion expansion.If you are interested in getting the game, you can pre-purchase it as a standard digital download, or a digital deluxe download that comes with additional perks and bonuses for Blizzard’s other games. The standard version will cost $50 while the digital deluxe version will cost $70.
Legion is what fans have been waiting for. It is the latest expansion in the World of Warcraft franchise. There will be a new Demon Hunter class and it will also raise the level cap from 100 to 110. If you don’t want to have to grind from level 1 to 110, you will be happy to learn that buying the game will also get you a free level boost to 100. Pretty sweet if you don’t want to grind.
It was previously rumored that Blizzard would introduce a trial boost system where players could test out a character class at level 100 to determine if this is what they wanted before locking their decision in too. It won’t be long now. All we have to do is wait. That’s the hard part.
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