World of Warcraft: Cataclysm hit the store shelves

The third, highly anticipated expansion of the world’s most popular MMO game in history World of Warcraft is now availablethroughout North America, Europe, Argentina, Chile, Russia, Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand and on December 9 in Korea and the regions of Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau.

The expansion will cost you  $39.99 for the regular version on DVD-ROM and the special Collector’s Edition which is packed with several bonus items(check here) for $79.99 USD. The game is also offered as a digital download through Battle.net account management.

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm

In Cataclysm you will be able to choose from two new playable races: the Worgen from the legendary kingdom of Gilneas for the Alliance and the Goblins of the Bilgewater Cartel from the isle of Kezan for the Horde. Also players can now begin their journey to the new level cap of 85, discover newly revealed locations, acquire new levels of power, reforging will make its debut in game and come face to face with Deathwing in a battle to determine the fate of the world.

Related posts

Sony Ericsson Vivaz pro gets QWERTY keyboard

Sony Ericsson has announced upgraded version of its Vivaz Symbian smartphone - Vivaz pro. The tweaked phone come with slide-out QWERTY keyboard for more quickly and efficiently typing. “Having announced Sony Ericsson Vivaz™ in January we are now adding a sister phone that includes a QWERTY...

Toshiba rolls out Portege Z10t tablet-notebook

German customers have become the first to see the latest Toshiba Portege Z10t tablet-notebook – the latest in a new series hitting the market that combines the features of a tablet and a notebook in one device. Depending on the model the Toshiba Portege Z10t offers four...

Samsung achive 8GB Green DDR3 RDIMM by 3D Chip Stacking Technology

Samsung Electronics today announced a new 8GB registered dual inline memory module (RDIMM) based on their Green DDR3 DRAM. This new memory module is made by using of a " through silicon via' (TSV)" three-dimensional (3D) chip stacking technology. Samsung also claims that the new modules...

Leave a comment