Latest World Of Warcraft Cinematic Trailer Puts The Spotlight On Thrall (VIDEO)

World of Warcraft Classic

Blizzard has released a new cinematic trailer for World of Warcraft that many fans will very excited to see the face of the former Warchief Thrall. With the continued preparation of the release of Rise of Azshara (patch 8.2), new content is being revealed for which fans can prepare for. In this cinematic trailer, we see a very weary Saurfang seek out Thrall to ask him to help “fight for the Horde” against the destruction being done by Sylvanas.

Clearly, Thrall has no interest in coming out of retirement despite the baying of Saurfang to do something about the threat Sylvanas poses. It’s not until Undead Rogues come and attempt to assassinate the two Orc that we see the fire back in the old Warchiefs eyes. When he yells at Saurfang that he was followed and that is why he was attacked, the elder general simply responds, “I followed them.”

For those who are not familiar with the upcoming Rise of Azshara content release for World of Warcraft, below are some of the new features that fans look forward to:

  • New Zones: Nazjatar, Mechagon
  • New Raid: Azshara’s Eternal Palace
  • New Dungeon: Mechagon Megadungeon
  • New Heritage Armor: Gnomes and Tauren
  • Island Expeditions: Crestfall, Snowblossom
  • New Flying Mounts
  • New Collectables
  • More…

What do you think of the latest cinematic trailer for World of Warcraft? Are you excited to see Thrall coming back into the picture after so long away? Sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below, and don’t forget to check out DFTG on Twitter for gaming and entertainment news live 24/7!

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