‘World of Warcraft’ News & Update: New In-Game Pet Added; Server Will Be Re-Launched; New Expansion To Explore Its Celestial Theme?

By Staff Reporter , Updated Dec 06, 2016 03:00 AM EST
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The "World of Warcraft" is set to have a new name for its server as it would have a re-launch. But before that, as the Winter Veil now starts in the online game, Blizzard cast a new addition that would be loved by every gamer.

Blizzard added a new diabolical cat in the "World of Warcraft" called Mischief. It is a fel kitten that has a price of $10. All the proceeds that will be gathered by the video game company until Dec. 31 will be donated to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

Aside from that, Blizzard also made the Mischief cat from the "World of Warcraft" a plushie toy that can glow in the dark for $25. The $14 out of this price will also be sent to Make-a-Wish Foundation, according to Shacknews.

Moreover, the group behind "World of Warcraft" vanilla server Nostalrius has now decided to launch its new name again that will be called Elysium. Fans don't have to worry as it still carry the Nostalrius database and they could still play as either Nostalrius or Elysium from the past, PC Gamer noted.

The "World of Warcraft" vanilla server re-launch will happen on Dec. 17 at 5:00 p.m. U.K. time or 12:00 p.m. EST. Meanwhile, fans are now looking for a new downloadable content for the online game.

As they are now about to finish "World of Warcraft: Legion," followers of "World of Warcraft" are now wondering when they will have a new content. Blizzard has yet to announce its seventh expansion, but fans are now making their own made theories and things that need to be explored.

A YouTube user named Bellular Gaming predicted that the next "World of Warcraft" expansion might feature the exploration of the game's celestial theme. Players might now experience the story of the god-like Titans and go head-to-head with the Void Lords.

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