World of Warcraft Patched; European Pre-Orders Nov 26
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Blizzard Entertainment has released a patch for the ongoing stress test of their highly awaited MMORPG, World of Warcraft. The patch adds the long awaited racial traits that give each one out of the eight races special quirks and abilities. It also adds the massive Kodo beats as rideable mounts for the Tauren race as well as talents for the Shaman and Paladin classes.
In related news, the European players have finally gotten release date for WoW. On November 26, World of Warcraft will be available for pre-order in all European countries. The people who pre-order the European bonus will get some extra treats, such as a soundtrack EP and a guaranteed spot in the final phases of the European beta.
Beginning on November 26th 2004 , gamers will be able to pre-order World of Warcraft from retail outlets across Europe. In doing so, not only are they guaranteed the option to receive a copy of the final game on the day of launch, but they will also receive a pre-order box containing a special edition CD of selected soundtracks from the game and an authentication key for guaranteed access to the European Final Beta Test.For more information about the patch and European pre-orders, please follow the links provided below. To download the patch, just log on to the game servers and the download will start automatically.
The North American, Australian and New Zealand version of World of Warcraft will hit the streets on November 23, and the open beta should start shortly. Gamers are encouraged to follow the news tightly. You can pre-order the North American version from the IMG Store today.
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