In order to increase the attention of more players to World of Warcraft, Blizzard Entertainment recently came up with a very good method. First of all, it chooses some popular activities as weekly reward activities, "Battle for Azeroth" dungeons is now a special reward. Secondly, it allows players to collect some exclusive rewards during Tuesday's limited-time event. However, players still have to remember one principle. These are requirements for players to choose "normal" or "heroic" difficulty in order to get rewards.

Part of the continuing “World of Warcraft” bonus event is participating within the Emissary of War quest which will be provided upon encountering Chronicler Shoopa in Zuldazar or Chronicler Toopa in Boralus. This, however, requires players to accomplish a minimum of WOW Classic Gold four dungeon matches in Mythic difficulty.Every final dungeon boss will drop loot items no matter the problem chosen. But the final word reward may be a loot box that comes with a guaranteed gear from that's usually exclusive for Ny'alotha, The Waking City conquerors in Heroic difficulty. The event should be live until Monday, June 15.

The “Battle for Azeroth” week-long bonus wasn't supposedly the sole special event happening for “World of Warcraft” on. Blizzard Entertainment scheduled an exclusive livestream preview of the game’s next expansion “Shadowlands” last Tuesday.In addition to completing tasks or participating in some events to obtain WOW Classic Gold rewards, you can also purchase directly on the MMOWTS website, saving money and time. The MMOWTS website is a very authoritative seller. It has been committed to providing consumers with high-quality products and satisfactory services. It is very famous in the game industry. All the friends I know are buying items at this store.

At present, the "Black Death" protests are going on all over the world. Blizzard decided to postpone the event out of respect for the event. Not only Blizzard Entertainment, but other video game companies also expressed their support for the protest in different ways. They held in-game Classic WOW Gold events to pay tribute to George Freud and even shut down some game functions. Blizzard last year expressed its support for the Hong Kong protesters and then banned the "Heston" professional player Zheng Wuwei (aka Blitz). This incident has left many people with fresh memories.