World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is the 7th big DLC for the popular MMORPG WoW. This game is dedicated to a massive war between the Alliance and the Horde, and you can take this war into your own hands. 

Plot

The story of the new DLC starts soon after the end of Legion. The peoples of Azeroth lost thousands of units during the great battle with the Flaming Legion. However, they managed to win the Battle of Argus. Unfortunately, the Horde and the Alliance appears to be not ready for peaceful cohabitation. They start a new war to conquer new resources. 

Azerit is a new valuable fossil that appears on the surface of the world right after the fight against the Legion. The conflict leads the warlords to the flagrant deed. They burn the tree of peace. After that, the Horde takes strong positions in Kalimdor, while the Alliance settles in Eastern Kingdoms. The conflict may be continued only when both sides build a powerful fleet for battles in the sea. 

The search for resources brings both factions to new lands, which were isolated before. The Alliance enlists for the help of Kul-Tiras, where Jaina Proudmoore comes from. These people are mighty sea warriors and have the fleet. Meanwhile, the other side unites with the ancient empire of Zandalar, which is the motherland of all trolls.

Visuals

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth has the same graphics as the original core game. Though it presents multiple new locations and character skins, so there are many items to explore while playing. 

Replay Value

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth presents not only the new storyline but also several new modes. You can achieve access to new ally races, locations, characters, portals to any areas of Azeroth, several new bosses, battle arenas, and brand new flying vehicles. 

Controls

Like the previous chapters, World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is mainly controlled with a mouse. You can also assign multiple commands on the keyboard to become more mobile during battles. Playing with a gamepad is inconvenient.

Pros

  • Many significant updates;

  • New exciting storyline;

  • One more artifact for upgrading;

  • More gameplay modes;

  • Leveling is now limited to 120 levels. 

Cons

  • Some may not enjoy new story twists;

  • No version for consoles;

  • Difficult for newcomers. 

Try to Get it Right

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is not an alone-standing game, so it requires at least basic knowledge of the WoW universe, which is very complicated and immersive. You also need the original game to play the DLC. It’s an excellent pack of additional content that may grab your attention for long weeks. Pass the new campaign to gain new levels, achieve various power-ups, and head to the multiplayer to show off your updated skills.

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