All Past World of Warcraft Expansions Are Now Free

Remigio Civitarese
Luglio 18, 2018

The inclusion of all of these expansions for all subscribers means that you get access to all of the quests, regions, weapons, mounts, and more that were released with each of the new content packs.

In the past, if you wanted to jump into World of Warcraft, you had to but the Battle Chest, which contained the base game and numerous previously released expansions as a flat, upfront fee, along with needing to fork out for the monthly sub.

It's a natural extension of how the company had been handling WoW up to this point, with old expansions getting rolled into the Battle Chest each time something new launched.

Instead, all of the previously released Warcraft content is now available for the £9.99 monthly subscription fee.

According to numerous sites, including Polygon and PcGamesN, Blizzard Entertainment is abandoning World of Warcraft's expansion model.

The Battle of Azeroth expansion arrives on August 14 and will cost $49.99 for the Standard Edition, $69.99 for the Digital Deluxe Edition, or $99.99 for the Collector's Edition.

In anticipation of the arrival of World of Warcraft's upcoming expansion, Battle for Azeroth, Blizzard has made all previous expansions free.

Personally, it's a great thing moving ahead, as this may gradually change how Blizzard employs their expansion strategies. The current price-tag allows players to build their character to level 110 without having to make any additional purchases, however it's now unclear if this will be a permanent price drop.

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