Features in the upcoming expansion include an increase in level cap from 110 to 120, new kingdoms to explore (Zandalar for the Horde and Kul Tiras for the Alliance), islands to be plundered, a 20-player cooperative Warfront mode, a handful of new Allied Races, and a resource called Azerite to help customize armor. Those that preorder will get a free copy of World of Warcraft's current expansion, Legion.
Battle for Azeroth - Standard, Digital Deluxe, and Collector's Editions.
The Digital Deluxe $69.99 which includes Gilded Ravasuar and Seabird Stallion Mounts and the Tottle Pet, Hearthstone card pack, Starcraft 2 sprays, a Heroes of the Storm mount, and Overwatch voice lines, emotes, and icons.
There's a double sided story book, Elegy & A Good War, collecting a pair of novellas which depict the Burning of Teldrassil from Alliance and Horde perspectives in a svelte hardcover edition.
The seventh expansion of World of Warcraft now has a solid launch date.
As for the Collector's Edition, this is sold for €99.99/£89.99 exclusively at retailers.
Players who choose to level up a new Allied Race will also be able to enjoy World of Warcraft's recently revamped level 1 to 100 questing experience.
World of Warcraft Battle of Azeroth releases on August 14th.
Battle of Azeroth actually takes place after the events of the last game of the massively popular multiplayer online role-playing game.
The company has also detailed the pre-purchasing options for this expansion. This time you won't get a new class to play as but you'll get class variations to the existing ones. The addition of races has always been a contentious one, and rumors have often circulated about Murlocks, Gnolls, and even Nagas as becoming playable, but Blizzard has scaled back on new races. This bundle also includes a level-110 character boost, making it a ideal jumping-on point for new and returning players.