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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Free Warcraft

Well, not entirely free, if you want the whole game of course.

Blizzard have finally taken the step to make levels 1-20 of World of Warcraft free to play. There are restrictions, of course, but the simple quest-based content of those first levels which take you through the process of each race and class as part of 'World of Warcraft Starter Edition'.

With no constraints on how quickly you play through the content (which, let's face it, we've all done a dozen times over), there's no need to rush it. Paying the £8.99 a month means you have to rush to the level cap as quickly as possible otherwise you're wasting your money.

While you won't end up with anyone exciting-looking, like my old toon above, you get free content.

Free.

Content.

Now that can't be bad. To Azeroth!

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