Blizzard’s most popular MMO, Battle For Azeroth is available for pre-purchase. With today’s live Q&A live stream, Blizzard has decided to enable the purchase of their next World of Warcraft expansion, Battle for Azeroth. As we’re watching the servers getting overflooded and being unable to pre-purchase the game, let’s see what news Battle For Azeroth brings.
In the meantime at Blizzard:
Blizzard has confirmed the same that many users are struggling with the pre-purchase:
We're aware that some players are having difficulty making purchases in our online or in-game shops. #BlizzCS
— Blizzard CS EU (@BlizzardCSEU_EN) January 30, 2018
CAUTION: If you have purchased the game but you’ve received an error, make sure you double check your credit card standings. Your payment may have gone through, but you’re still missing the confirmation.
So, Battle for Azeroth will include new Allied Races, and with the pre-purchase, you will be able to begin your quest to recruit them. Champions of the Alliance will be available to recruit the Lightforged Draenei and Void Elves, and Heroes of the Horde can get the Tauren and Nightborn.
Despite the quest for Allied races, the Standard Version of Battle for Azeroth will include a level 110 Character Boost as usual, while the Digital Deluxe version will include Allied Races mounts. Alliance will get Seabraid Stallion and Horde will get Gilded Ravasaur. Furthermore, the Deluxe Version will receive an additional pet.
Battle For Azeroth will release on September 21st, 2018.