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.

According to VG247, Blizzard has just launched Patch 6.1 for World of Warcraft's Public Test Realms, which beta test its content before widespread release. One of the biggest additions with this new patch is the ability to use Twitter while in-game. This means you can Tweet while playing without needing to tab-out of your gameplay. Tweets can be sent while earning achievements, slaying bosses or earning that next epic gear piece. You also have the ability to take in-game screenshots that will automatically be attached to your Tweet.

Speaking of Screenshots, a new Garrison reward item found in Patch 6.1 is the S.E.L.F.I.E. Camera. Now those vain people who had hideous faces in real life can now take annoying selfies of their Azerothian counterpart and put them online. There's even Instagram-like filters and emotes (making your character do a variety of facial motions) to use while taking these pictures, so you can get your stupid grin/duckface just right.

Patch 6.1 will be coming soon to World of Warcraft after a week or two on the PTR. You can check out the rest of the patch notes here, and start prepping your Blood Elf for making duck faces now.

Don't forget, WoW addiction is a sickness.