Those who are users of the engineering profession in World of Warcraft will soon be able to create a robot pet in-game. According to a post from Blizzard on the matter, a future patch will add the ability to create the little fella based on the mascot for J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions. All players will be able to use the pet, and there’s no word at present on what materials will be needed, how much the finished product will cost, or whether it will be cosmetic or useful. Head on through the link to have a better look at it.
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