Posted on Thursday, July 26th, 2012 at 5:00 AM by Guest
Today, Blizzard Entertainment announced the release date for the fourth expansion for World of Warcraft. On September 25 Mists of Pandaria launches, and players will be able to come ashore the isle of Pandaria, and explore the hidden secrets of the land.
Presales for Mists of Pandaria are now currently available. As part of the release, there is a standard edition which will be retailed at $39.99 and a Collector’s Edition for $79.99/£59.99. For a first time, players will have the option to purchase a Digital Deluxe version. In the Digital Deluxe, players will be to get all the digital items from the Collector’s Edition included, for part of the price. The Deluxe Digital version will retail $59.99/£39.99. Individuals who purchase the standard edition for its original price will be able to upgrade to the Digital Deluxe version at any time for an addition $20/£10.
The Collector’s Edition of Mists of Pandaria includes the full version of the game and contains the following exclusive bonus items, in addition to the in-game content from the Digital Deluxe version:
The Collector’s Edition of Mists of Pandaria includes the full version of the game on DVD-ROM and contains the following exclusive bonus items, in addition to the in-game content from the Digital Deluxe version:
“Mists of Pandaria contains the biggest variety of new content we’ve ever created for a World of Warcraft expansion, with features that will appeal to new players, veterans, and everyone in between,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. “We’ve received a lot of great feedback from players during our most extensive beta test yet, and we hope they enjoy exploring everything Pandaria has to offer when the expansion comes out in September.”
Mists of Pandaria will have plenty of new content available for existing players. MoP will offer a raised level cap, players will now be able to raise their character’s level to 90. A new playable race, Pandaren, which is a neutral race until a player decides which faction it shall go to. A new playing class is being introduced, Monk, which is a is flexible and can be trained to heal, tank or damage. The expansion also includes a host of new gameplay elements designed to give players even more ways to enjoy the game.
Do you plan to get Mists of Pandaria? Let us at Zero1gaming know, and if you are, what do you look forward to the most?
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