Blizzard says Battle for Azeroth is the fastest selling World of Warcraft expansion to date

Blizzard says Battle for Azeroth is the fastest selling World of Warcraft expansion to date screenshot

In an technology stuffed to the brim with free-to-play MMOs, World of Warcraft is still very so much a contender. Storm from snow offered from the winds of Gamescom’s sails that the newest expansion, Combat for Azeroth, is the “fastest-selling World of Warcraft expansion ever.” 

An important realize: Burning Marketing campaign used to be as soon as the main WoW expansion and that dropped in January of 2007, in order that is essentially an 11-year report. Storm from snow shares that 3.4 million gadgets introduced on the first day of liberate, a “new day-one product sales report for the franchise.” This is…pretty impressive for a game this is seven expansions deep and requires a subscription price.

While there used to be as soon as a lot of doubt over whether or not or no longer or no longer the expansion would do well at liberate, with some mentioning the recycled and tired “orcs versus folks” perspective, it managed to blow those expectations away. Now we see whether or not or no longer or no longer it has staying power, a component Storm from snow is aware of after the disastrous enhance for Warlords of Draenor two expansions previously.

The company moreover re-affirmed their post-launch enhance agenda, with Warfront (a co-op fight mode) on the means, and the main raid of Uldir launching on September 4 alongside of the main season of PVP and Mythic Plus seasonal dungeons. Kul Tiran folks and Zandalari trolls are also nevertheless confirmed as allied (be told: playable after you achieve positive milestones) races at an undisclosed date.

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