Blizzard’s said that it’s to test out new feature Real ID Party in World of Warcraft. The feature will enable WoW players to invite Real ID friends of the same faction to a party, regardless of what realm that friend is currently on at the time. That party can then queue up for a five-player dungeon on either normal or Heroic. There’s more details in an FAQ on GamePolitics.
This Sea of Thieves video explains how you'll do quests, build reputation and establish your personal piratical presence
Sea of Thieves is one of those games that hasn’t been very well communicated through development. That changes today.
Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris drops us in the middle of a story, but there’s more information incoming.
This year’s November NPD report is good news all round, unless you dislike money.
Blizzard has added an opt-out option to the Real ID system being implemented with World of Warcraft and StarCraft II and likely Diablo III.
Blizzard’s vice president of international operations, Michael Ryder, has said the feedback the firm received over the plan to implement Real ID proved to it the feedback process “worked”.
World Of Warcraft
World of Warcraft is finally (more or less) getting the vanilla servers that so many players have been asking for, but it’s going to take time.
World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth - tensions between the Alliance and Horde erupt in this cinematic trailer
Here’s some more information on World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, the new cinematic trailer and some screenshots.