World of Warcraft Is Adding Foxes, Because About F*cking Time (VIDEO)
World of Warcraft undoubtedly had a big year in 2019, giving many fans reason to celebrate. This year marked the MMO king’s 20th anniversary, and gave back to fans of the original version of the game with the release of World of Warcraft Classic. Despite lasting for two decades, the inclusion of new playable races of characters have been somewhat few and far in between throughout the game’s existence. Thankfully, the newest update for World of Warcraft includes two new playable races, including one race that looks quite similar to foxes, the most important of the dogs from the woods.
Blizzard Entertainment recently released a new video detailing the contents of the latest World of Warcraft update on their official YouTube channel. Around the 13 minute mark, the two new playable races are announced, the Vulpera and the Mechagnomes. The Vulpera are a Horde allied race that originates from the Vol’Dun region. There are even red and grey fox variants that players can choose from!
The Mechagnomes are the other new playable race. They hail from the Mechagnome Island Zone and are significantly more machine than gnome thanks to their self-imposed augmentations. It should be noted that these two races will not be available to newer players, as they will require players to reach exalted status and completed the questline from the race’s region of origin, which involves a significant amount of grinding. Still, for longtime players looking for a fresh new race to see the world of Warcraft through news eyes, these are quite the foxy new looks to embody.
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