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Apple Features World of Warcraft Battlegrounds
11:24 AM | Franklin Pride | Comment on this story

Our friends at the Apple games web site have posted a feature on World of Warcraft's recent additions made to the game, including the highly-popular battlegrounds, Gurubashi Arena event, and new user interface improvements.

The developers at Blizzard are not resting on their laurels, despite the incredibly successful launch of World of Warcraft in November 2004. Not only do they constantly tweak the gameplay by making slight adjustments to all aspects of it, but on a regular basis they also add new content, including quests, high-level monsters, treasure, and more.

In addition, make sure you log on during various holidays to see the world’s cities adorned with festive décor. Various non-player characters (NPCs) may also be decked out in appropriate garb, and you might even witness a few holiday-only events.

To view the full feature, use the handy links section.

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