Blizzard already has “general framework” in place for fifth WoW expansion

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 23 March 2012 19:05 GMT

Blizzard COO Paul Sams has tikd CVG he already knows what the next World of Warcraft expansion entails, and that SVP of creative development Chris Metzen and his team already “know what they’re going to be doing for multiple expansions ahead.”

Mists of Pandaria is the fourth expansion for WoW, and Sams said the “general framework” is already laid out for the fifth.

“They’re [the] lore creators. They’re the ones who drive what the world looks like today and what it’ll be like tomorrow and beyond,” he said. “I think the future of World of Warcraft continues to be bright and I think Mists of Pandaria is going to breathe huge life into what I believe is the best MMO out there.

“I think the number of people we have playing and the level of enthusiasm they have for the game suggests that to be the case. This is the next of many ways in which we’re going to grow and improve and evolve this game.”

The beta for Mists of Pandaria went live yesterday.

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