World of Warcraft: Legion (PC) - English
The Burning Legion has returned
- Hunt for the Pillars of Creation across a new region of Azeroth -- the Broken Isles
- Explore lush forests, colossal mountain ranges, and night elven cities older than human civilization
- Confront new dangers that stalk the Isles: twisted satyrs, savage drogbar, and cursed Kvaldir, alongside the Legion's marauding army
- The Broken Isles also features new raids, dungeons, and world bosses
- To meet these new threats, the level cap has been raised to 110, plus you can instantly level a new or existing hero to level 100
- Introducing the Demon Hunter class, elven outcasts and disciples of Illidan Stormrage who wield the terrifying power of the Burning Legion
- Spec your Demon Hunter for DPS by focusing on Havoc skills or specialize in Vengeance to tank even the most powerful demons
- Wield legendary Artifacts against the Burning Legion that grow in power as you do
- Change your Artifact's abilities and the way it looks, sounds, and feels in combat
- Existing classes will see changes, including Hunters and Warlocks
- Claim your Class Hall, an Order Hall unique to your character class, recruit new members, use your top-ranking followers to complete class-specific missions, and prove your order’s strength
Fame and glory
- Revamped PvP progression system, featuring PvP-specific talents, rewards, and progression
- Improved support for in-game communities with the creation of social circles for finding friends with shared interests to form the perfect group to complement the way you play
- New transmogrification system allows you to collect item appearances and save your favourite outfits without sacrificing precious bag space
- Note: World of Warcraft: Legion requires World of Warcraft and World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor (both sold separately)
- Note: World of Warcraft: Legion requires a World of Warcraft subscription (not included)
- Internet access and Battle.net account required to play
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Of the 331 reviewers who responded, 319 would recommend this product.
- Still the best subscription based MMORPG- January 10, 2018
I hadn't played since Cataclysm. I jumped back into WoW on version 7.1.5 and needless to say I had a ton of catching up to do as far as getting my head around how simplified much of the game had become. I don't see that as a negative, but as how the game has to change and adapt to maintain players. They've borrowed many features from other mmorpg's over the years and it shows, but they are implemented fairly well. I enjoyed the solo content, the dungeons were ok, the pug experience felt worse than the good ole days of 2.x and 3.x WoW. PvE in general was good. PvP I felt could have been better.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Decent, but it's still more of the same.- September 30, 2016
The artifact weapon aspect is interesting, but the questing/leveling portion of the game is pretty stale and at times not relevant to the overall story. Example: there's demons invading your world and you are the only one who can stand against them. How do you deal a crippling blow to the enemy you ask? Kick fish into the river before they suffocate. I get that you need to do quests to max level, but this enemy has been touted as the end all be all. Is it too much to ask to have a relevant quest experience. If you've played the game at all over the last 12 years, then you've played this expansion. I think it's about time to put this horse out to pasture and create a new more streamlined game.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Best Xpack in years. PVE perspective.- September 5, 2016
Legion is by far one of the best xpacks that I have seen for wow in a long time. The launch was very smooth compared to previous ones. I was able to play and not worry about lag, mob tagging, disconnections, etc. There were a few hickups but nothing massive like in the past. It felt so seamless that in a way it did not feel like a brand new release. I hit 110 in about 20hrs. By the 31 I was already doing world quests, dungeons, etc and they feel fresh. The world quests could be a little more different that what they are but hopefully more will be added as time goes by, since that seems to be blizzards intentions. The dungeons feel fresh, they have good mechanics and they are fun to play and to go through and I can't wait when Kara is released.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.