How To Watch The Reveal Event Of The World Of Warcraft: Shadowlands And Beginner Tips to Prepare For Its Release
World of Warcraft's upcoming expansion Shadowlands is fast approaching, and Blizzard Entertainment is ready to show off more of it before its release. The game's developers at Blizzard Entertainment have confirmed that they're going to have a reveal event live stream on June 9.
What Are The Details Of The Reveal Event of World Of Warcraft: Shadowlands?
The game director Ion Hazzikostas and executive producer John Hight will be showing off a never before seen look into the expansion. The live stream will stream from their homes because of the ongoing global pandemic, but that won't hinder the exciting new things in store for us all.
Blizzard usually gives out more announcements during their convention BlizzCon every year. Still, the show for this year was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. They're planning to host a virtual BlizzCon early next year.
World of Warcraft's eighth expansion Shadowlands is scheduled for a release this year. Like the name of the expansion suggests, it will take the players to the world where the dead reside. As a unique twist to make it different from the previous expansions, the player level caps will fall to 60, instead of being increased.
World of Warcraft has been a game to play on your computer. It's unlike some MMOs, where they've made ports for consoles. But to controller users, cheer up since they'll be adding support for controllers when the Shadowlands expansion releases.
World Of Warcraft: Shadowlands Beginner Tips For New Players That Want To Join In On The Fun
If you're a new player that has heard of the upcoming expansion and wants to try to get into the game before it comes out, these tips are for you.
Be warned that you will never have an authentic first-time player experience if you read these tips. You should take your time with the game and explore it at your own pace. Some experienced players wish they could experience being a new player again, so be careful.
If you need help on gaining levels and what you should be doing, you can check out Wowhead. There are also guides you can find on YouTube, but you should wait until you know a decent amount before watching those guides.
Regarding the game's lore, you can delve in and out of it as much as you want. There is a ton of lore in the game, but if you know the general story, you'll be fine for the most part.
Wait until your character reaches level 15 before doing dungeons, and raiding is something you do when you've reached the maximum level. You can do some raids that were from back when the level cap was lower, but people don't do them much anymore. You can try them yourself when you've reached the maximum level.
If you want to join a guild, you should be joining a guild that's friendly to new players. It's handy to be in a guild so you can make friends in the guild and find people that will join you in doing group quests or other such ventures. Also, they would gladly answer any of the questions you'd have.
The most important tip of all is to have fun and enjoy yourself.
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