World of Warcraft is going remain an PC game in it's "foreseeable future" however it may become a console game in the near future. We've also discovered the fact that World of Warcraft doesn't let you create a character that has Bezos as well as Amazon in the title and you can't swim.
What we learned about the situation: With advertising dollars online diminishing quicker than Aral Sea, blogs and websites are rushing to get traffic. A well-known tactic is to WOW WoTLK Classic Gold use a sensationalist headline. These are a few phrases that dramatically exaggerate an scenario to entice unsuspecting readers seeking the most recent news.
This is the case with today's piece in Silicon Alley Insider, which included the title " World of Warcraft Banned in China." The article's writer Eric Krangel proclaimed without hesitation that Activision Blizzard's " World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King the blockbuster that has been a huge hit in the West is now prohibited from being sold within China because of Chinese authorities censorship."
Krangel's apparent conviction came from a less solid source: a blog post posted on East Asia finance blog JLM Pacific Epoch which doesn't reference the possibility of a ban. The website refers to a news article about China's search engine Sohu and quoted "unnamed sources" as saying "The Chinese administration has shunned two requests for The9's second expansion to its licenced MMORPG World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King." The9 is Blizzard's partner for localization in China and is currently operating World of Warcraft as well as the debut expansion The Burning Crusade, within the territory.
The official report: "As a matter of standard procedure, we don't make comments on speculation and rumors. World of Warcraft continues to play as normal in the mainland of cheap WoTLK Classic Gold China and we're continuing to collaborate together with the local company, The9. toward the launch of Wrath of the Lich King in China. A formal announcement will be announced once it's launched." --Blizzard rep.
Bogus or not?: Bogus. Sure it was the case that The Chinese government has rejected The9's proposal to launch the Wrath of the Lich King...just the way it delayed The Burning Crusade launch in 2007. The Burning Crusade launch in 2007. Following the time that The9 took down the content that Beijing authorities deemed objectionable, in this instance, skeletons due to some reason, the expansion was launched without further issues. Blizzard representatives said they are confident that the triple platinum Wrath of the Lich King will follow the same path to its release and be a it will be a success in the massive enormously multiplayer-driven market.