BlizzCon 2015: Here’s the latest cinematic trailer for World of Warcraft: Legion

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After more than a decade, World of Warcraft still commands one hell of a dedicated fanbase. Clearly, this is one franchise with a dedicated fanbase. And sexy CGI trailers for regular expansions. And speaking of the two, here’s the latest trailer for the upcoming World of Warcraft: Legion. FOR THE HORDE!

Blizzard says that World of Warcraft: Legion will be released next year on September 21, with the expansion sporting such features as:

  • A new hero class: Demon Hunter. This class is a melee-heavy fighter with freaky transformations.
  • Artifact weapons which unlock extra abilities, traits and can be customised for your character.
  • A new land to explore, the Broken Isles
  • An instant boost to level 100 for pre-orders
  • The Order Hall, which will allow you to form a team of NPCs to assist you in battle
  • A PvP honour system, which features combat in new arenas and battlegrounds

World of Warcraft: Legion will also be available in various retail flavours. The standard edition which has a US RRP of $49.99, and the deluxe edition at $69.99 which contains the following extras that stretches across other Blizzard games:

  • WoW – Illidari Felstalker Mount and Nibbles Pet
  • Heroes of the Storm – Felstalker Mount
  • StarCraft 2 – Fel Protoss Portraits
  • Diablo 3 – Wings of the Betrayer
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A proper collector’s edition will also be sold ($89.99), which includes a all the contents of the digitl deluxe edition, an art book, a behind-the-scenes two-disc Blu-ray/DVD set, the game soundtrack and a Legion mouse pad. Snazzy.

Last Updated: November 7, 2015

Darryn Bonthuys

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  • Michael Matusowsky

    Blizzard’s CGI team are something else. Should have let them make the warcraft film IMO.

    • Chris Metzen was directly involved in the Movie plus they wanted it live action.

      WoW Movie is pretty much guaranteed to be the only movie based on a game that will be a huge success.

      Still. That trailer though. And the Overwatch shorts they are making.

  • Nikola

    No No No you shall not draw me back in you devils:)

  • Pretty keen… but standard edition plus a 60 day timecard…? Eish…

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