We are just two weeks away from World of Warcraft's newest expansion, Battle for Azeroth. In the meantime, you can prep your PC for its release with Nvidia's latest GPU drivers, provided you have a GeForce graphics card, of course.Nvidia's "Game Ready" 398.82 WHQL driver package contains performance optimizations for both Battle for Azeroth and Monster Hunter: World. It also includes SLI profiles for World of Warcraft and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, for anyone running a dual GPU setup.Beyond the performance tweaks, Nvidia crushed a bunch of bugs in its latest driver release. They include the following fixes:[Surround][G-SYNC]: In Surround mode, the G-Sync link in the Nvidia Control Panel is missing.[Surround]: 1x3 Surround configuration cannot be set from the NVIDIA Control Panel.[SLI][GeForce GTX 1080][G-SYNC][World of Warcraft: Legion][HDR]: Severe color corruption appears in the game after launching with the Windows HDR setting enabled.[SLI][Dark Souls Remastered]: Ghosting occurs in … [Read more...] about Nvidia releases GPU driver optimized for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth
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World of Warcraft: Legion was the culmination of a years-long crescendo of rising stakes and comic-book theatrics, ending with the apparent defeat of the biggest-bad in all of Warcraft. Perhaps wisely, Blizzard chose not to try and top that with the latest expansion. What results instead is something that feels fresh, a little darker, and with more immediate stakes. Battle for Azeroth, the game’s seventh and latest release, is opening fire in less than a month. I’ve spent the last few months diving into alpha and beta phases of this year’s new content, and have the rundown of what to expect this August 14. Once I’d perfected the fine art of creating the ideal Gnome, it was time to dive into new lands. The World of Warcraft universe has grown massively with each expansion, and the artists at Blizzard have managed to exceed themselves each time. Battle for Azeroth is no exception, with some of the most well-crafted environments to date. Of course, there is some … [Read more...] about World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth gives the MMO a darker tone and a refresh, but can it topple Legion?
World Of Warcraft has come to a phase where the team has finally decided to ditch any of the upfront fees meaning you no longer have to purchase the game to be able to play it instead you will now need to avail the subscription which includes all of World Of Warcraft’s available content for free except for the to be released soon Battle for Azeroth expansion. These changes look permanent. All players can now get the subscription to have access up to the sixth expansion of World Of Warcraft, Legion. These all changes occurred suddenly when then pre-patch for Battle for Azeroth expansion arrived which is scheduled to release on August 14. Battle Chests are no longer available and the subscription page tells that users can now jump straight into the action by paying just the monthly fees. Get access to World of Warcraft and every expansion through Legion™ with your subscription—no additional purchase required. Begin your journey today and play up to … [Read more...] about World Of Warcraft No Longer Requires A Game Purchase But Battle of Azeroth is Still Purchase to Play
You ever wonder if Blizzard is going to make a World of Warcraft 2? Well, it just did. A small patch at the tail end of World of Warcraft: Legion has completely changed the MMO, and in many ways brings it in line with contemporary, shared world games. But let's rewind a bit first. When Blizzard launched the Legion expansion in August 2016, one of the major changes it brought was level scaling. Legion wasn't like previous expansions - or any part of WoW's history - where zones had monsters and quests with designated level requirements. Instead, players could explore most of the new areas at their leisure, completing quests (largely) in whatever order they wanted. One region was reserved for players who had hit the new level cap, and story missions still needed to be experienced in order, though. It was lauded as a massive success, and players enjoyed the newfound freedom. Patch 7.3.5, which went live on January 16, brings level scaling to the game's old content. This includes not only … [Read more...] about World of Warcraft just got a major change and it might as well be World of Warcraft 2
Over a year after the launch of World of Warcraft: Legion, MMO players are eagerly looking ahead to the game’s next big expansion, Battle for Azeroth. Although we still have some time to go before the release of that content, Blizzard is currently hard at working making constant improvements to the current version of the powerhouse decade-old MMO. The latest big changes help to make the first 60 or so levels of the game much more enjoyable. One of the most popular new features introduced in the World of Warcraft: Legion expansion was level scaling. The new mechanic meant that players could tackle the new zones in any order they wanted (aside from the very last one) without being overpowered by NPCs and kicked out of areas they weren’t ready for yet. This made leveling much more enjoyable and also made it easier to play with friends who might not be at the same exact level. Patch 7.3.5 introduces that same tech to the rest of Azeroth. Here’s a brief explanation of the … [Read more...] about World of Warcraft Patch Adds Game-Wide Level Scaling, New Battleground