07 nov ¡La demo de WoW Classic! Ha sido genial presenciar el entusiasmo generado por WoW Classic y la demo para jugar desde casa que lanzamos como parte de la Entrada Virtual de la BlizzCon. Por eso, ¡queremos que la fiesta continúe unos cuantos días más! Hemos ampliado el tiempo para probar la demo de WoW Classic hasta las 19:00 CET del lunes, 12 de noviembre. Así dispondréis del fin de semana para conseguir esas pezuñas de zhebra que os faltan o para cocinar un poco de estofado de los Páramos de Poniente. Esperamos que os haya gustado la demo de WoW Classic, ¡tenemos muchas ganas de compartir con vosotros el juego completo el próximo verano!Taepsilum0 07 nov
08 nov La Demo es una chapuza, broma de mal gusto - Phasing - Ventana de LFR - Puntos de experiencia bufados - El warrior en lvl 15 pega muchísmo - Regeneración alta de vida/mana - Daño infligido / recibido - En la versión en español, al mago lo llaman CHAMAN ... Blizzard, esto no es una demo de Classic. Parece un refrito de varias expansiones. ES UNA BASURA. No consigo encontrar ninguna explicación para TAMAÑA CHAPUZA. No es digno de una empresa como vosotros. No he puesto ni un euro en el WoW desde WotLK, y seguiré sin hacerlo si seguís así.Nain81 08 nov
Questing was described as an integral part of the game, often being used to continue a storyline or lead the player through the game.[21] The high number of quests in each location was popular, as well as the rewards for completing them.[10] It was felt that the range of quests removed the need for a player to "grind", or carry out repetitive tasks, to advance their character.[20] Quests also require players to explore every section of the game world, potentially causing problems for social gamers or roleplayers seeking somewhere quiet.[21] Quests that required the player to collect items from the corpses of creatures they had killed were also unpopular; the low "drop rate", or chance of finding the items, makes them feel repetitive as a high number of creatures need to be killed to complete the quest.[20] A large number of new players in a particular area meant that there were often no creatures to kill,[21] or that players would have to wait and take turns to kill a particular creature to complete a quest.[10] Some critics mentioned that the lack of quests that required players to group up made the game feel as if it were designed for solo play.[83] Others complained that some dungeon or instanced group quests were not friendly to new players, and could take several hours to complete.[20] Upon release, a small number of quests had software bugs that made them impossible to complete.[10]
In South Korea, there is no software package or CD key requirement to activate the account. However, to play the game, players must purchase time credits online. There are two kinds of time credits available: one where the player is billed based on the actual number of minutes that will be available, and one where the player can play the game for a number of days. In the former, time can be purchased in multiples of 5 hours or 30 hours, and in the latter, time can be purchased in multiples of 7 days, 1 month, or 3 months.[54] As software packages are not required, expansion pack contents are available to all players on launch day.
World of Warcraft (abreviado como WoW, literalmente en español Mundo de Warcraft) es un videojuego de rol multijugador masivo en línea desarrollado por Blizzard Entertainment. Es el cuarto juego lanzado establecido en el universo fantástico de Warcraft, el cual fue introducido por primera vez por Warcraft: Orcs & Humans en 1994.4​ World of Warcraft transcurre dentro del mundo de Azeroth, cuatro años después de los sucesos finales de la anterior entrega de Warcraft, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.5​ Blizzard Entertainment anunció World of Warcraft el 2 de septiembre de 2001.6​
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