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Thursday, July 29, 2004
 

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European WoW Sign-ups Closed, Sites Launch
8:50 AM | Jean-Luc Dinsdale | Comment on this story

Blizzard updated their website earlier this week with news of their upcoming massively multiplayer project World Of Warcraft.

First off, the sign ups for the WoW closed European Beta Test are now closed. Testers to be chosen from the long list of applicants should expect to be contact by the developers in the coming weeks. Blizzard expects the European test period to begin shortly.

The game developers have also announced the launching of their new, localized World Of Warcraft community websites. French and German versions of the websites are now online and can be reached through the links listed below.

Stay tuned to IMG as further news on this highly-anticipated MMORPG takes shape.

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World of Warcraft German Site
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