These eight pieces of artwork covers each expansion

  • Players of World of Warcraft classic are in for a treat as game director Ion Hazzikostas has announced that the launch of the Dire Maul dungeon will arrive ahead of schedule in the week of October 15. Hazzikostas was quick to point out that both the Honor System and World Bosses are still on track for release and are right around the corner — Blizzard will announce a date as soon as they can.

    These eight pieces of artwork covers each expansion, including the base game. Jumping from Ragnaros in WoW Classic all the way to Anduin fighting Sylvanas in the Battle

    for Azeroth. The prints are absolutely gorgeous and printed on relatively thick paper, although I would rush to frame these as fast as possible. The artists credited for the prints are Dmitry Prozorov, Wei Wang (four prints), Raymond Swanland, Glenn Rane and a tagteam from Glenn Rane and Cole Eastburn.

    According to streaming production provider StreamElements, viewership of World of Warcraft on Twitch jumped 83 percent in August alone, thanks largely to WoW Classic and streamer Asmongold, who unseated Fortnite star Turner “Tfue” Tenney as the most-streamed channel on Twitch last

    month. The game didn’t top Fortnite for most hours watched in the month, but it did come in fourth behind Fortnite, League of Legends, and Dota 2.

    That’s not bad for a 15-year-old game.Even Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is off the Fortnite train, having switched over to WoW Classic on Microsoft-owned streaming service Mixer, much to the disappointment of his legion of young fans. Fellow Fortnite streamers like Tim “timthetatman” Betar and Brett “Dakotaz” Hoffman and even popular first-person shooter players like Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek have been streaming WoW