Since the release of World of Warcraft's newest expansion pack, Warlords of Draenor, we've seen a steady trickle of new raids for players to test their mettle in. Patch 6.1 brings an onslaught of new content, including a new feature so insidious no WoW player is prepared... selfies.
World of Warcraft
Blizzard put out a charming little blue goat pet to raise money for the Red Cross to help with Ebola relief in Africa, and it sure did raise some money.
With Advanced Warfare, Destiny, Hearthstone, WoW, Skylanders and other hit games in 2014, we shouldn't really be surprised Activision made $4 billion in 2014.
While everyone in Azeroth is worrying about the invasion of the Iron Horde, World of Warcraft has added the ability to take duckface selfies. That's if you're not busy using its newly integrated Twitter system.
Do you like your home away from Azeroth in World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor? Live it up now, because Garrisons likely aren't going with you to future expansions.
We all know World of Warcraft has always been about epic loot, but Blizzard has decided to reward the most loyal of Azerothians with this beautiful statue.
Blizzard and Sideshow Collectibles are celebrating a full decade of World of Warcraft's reign as MMORPG champion with this amazing Deathwing statue.
Dark Horse Comics is the new Loremaster in Azeroth as it plans to release a multi-volume book series, World of Warcraft: Chronicle.
For all the World of Warcraft fans out there not satisfied with Blizzard's recent Overlook figure release, there's good news in the form of a new Deathwing Statue.
The Blood Elf's character model is a little outdated, which makes it stand out against the other models in World of Warcraft, but not in a good way. That will soon change.