World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Review (PC)

Every time Blizzard outs a new World of Warcraft expansion, players who left the game for whatever reason are wondering whether or not it's worth coming back. The same goes for Battle of Azeroth, an expansion that's been hyped many months before launch, as the perfect opportunity to jump back into action.

The theme of Battle for Azeroth is the neverending rivalry between the two factions: Alliance and Horde. It's a smart decision since we haven't seen that kind of competition between the two factions in a very long time. Although it may sound like Blizzard is focusing on player-versus-player (PvP) more than ever, that's just an excuse to get those interested by this aspect into checking it out.

The escalation of hostilities between the two player factions, the Alliance and Horde, starts at the end of Legion with the burning of Darnassus and Undercity, capital cities of the night elf and undead. In Battle for Azeroth, players are thrown directly into the action.

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