Miss of Pandaria Expansion trailer release
"World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria" unveils yet another missing continent on the world of Azaroth, the setting for Blizzard's long-running greatly multi-player on-line roleplaying game.
Inside it, gamers can play a pandaren, a bear-like creature that's basically a neutral character. Gamers can select to join the Alliance or the Horde, the 2 factions that war against each other. Plus a new class, the Monk, enables a gamer (pandaren or otherwise) also to choose his role in the game: to be a damage-soaking "tank," a "damage dealer," or a healing class.
With the Expansion, the level cap have been raised to 90, another 10 ranks. The game's setting takes place in the years after "Cataclysm," the reset on the game world that improved the game's existing continents and added new foes and dungeons.
"In the aftermath of the Cataclysm played outside in World of Warcraft's 3rd expansion, Pandaria's heroes are rising using their land's lush forests and cloud-ringed mountains to select sides in the escalating war relating to the Alliance plus the Horde also to share the amazing secrets of their ancient martial arts," Blizzard stated in a statement. "As tensions between the factions close to a breaking point following a discovery in this new world, gamers might be called upon to discover Pandaria's amazing areas, communicate with its strange indigenous creatures, and uncover the world-changing secrets which have been covering inside the mists for millennia."
Fairly amusingly, Blizzard is proven to sell the pandaren like a pet, a $10 digital download that may be put on all previous or future WoW characters on one license.
And one of many new features in the expansion is an opportunity for pets to fight one another, so that the pandaren pets will are able to fight others. Besides the new zones (the lush Jade Forest, treacherous Kun-Lai Summit, plus the Wandering Isle) users will are able to "speed run" dungeons in the new time-trial mode which will pay off speedy dungeoners with prestige points.
Blizzard didn't publicize a release date for the Pandaria expansion.
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