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WoW returns to China (sort of) with content edits

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World of Warcraft is now almost live in China, but with some caveats. Gama's reporting that the MMO, which was fully offline for six weeks, is now back up in closed beta but has been visually edited.

MMOsite's grabbed some before and after screens, and it looks as though the Chinese government isn't keen on bones and skulls.

Hit the link to see what we mean.

Thanks, Kotaku.

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