Blizzard has said it has set aside 100,000 Mists of Pandaria beta keys to World of Warcraft Annual Pass holders, and the keys will be handed to them first before anyone who has “opted-in.” Due to such a a large amount of account holders, the firm said it’s adding people slowly so as not to flood the system with users which would ultimately break it before a proper stress test can be put in place. The first wave of invites were sent out earlier in the week, so don’t fret if you have yet to get one. Just keep an eye on your inboxes and Battle.net accounts, according to the firm. Thanks, GameFront.
Brace yourselves: the Steam Summer Sale has started.
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Mists Of Pandaria
World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria will no longer be available as a Digital Deluxe Edition as of next week, Blizzard announced on Battle.net. It’ll be $40 – down from $60 – while it’s still available. This Blizzard store-exclusive version of the expansion includes a couple of bonuses – a mount, pet, Diablo 3 banner […]
The Winter Sale on Battle.net has kicked off in Europe and for a limited time, you can save up to 65% on digital copies of select Blizzard games.
Mists Of Pandaria Beta
Check your inboxes, Blizzard faithful – you may shortly score an in to the Mists of Pandaria beta.
Blizzard has started sending out beta invites to Mists of Pandaria, it’s next WoW expansion, and according to Kotaku, the beta is live.
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