World of Warcraft Beta Adds More Playable Races and Classes
12:21 PM | Johan Hansén | Comment on this story
Blizzard Entertainment has now posted a new client for the beta testers of their upcoming MMORPG World of Warcraft. The new client features the full set of races since the Horde and Alliance are now tested at once, instead of only the Alliance as in the previous version.
From the World of Warcraft community site:
We’ve finally made all of the races available for simultaneous testing in this Alliance and Horde Phase of our Beta Test. Once the client is downloaded, you will have the option to play all eight races: Human, Undead, Dwarf, Tauren, Gnome, Orc, Night Elf and Troll. Eight classes will also be available, as applicable to each race: Druid, Mage, Paladin, Priest, Rogue, Shaman, Warlock and Warrior. You read that right, Druids are available!Besides the addition of these races and classes, some of the bugs are fixed as well. For a list of the major ones, head over to the community site and read up on it. There you can also find download instructions if you are in the beta.
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