The naysayers are making speculations that the World of Warcraft’s years of existence are numbered, but the head designer of the game Ion Hazzikostas think otherwise.
The role-playing game (RPG) which is also popularly known as WOW was released in 2004 by Blizzard and piled up mammoth following all over the world. Wow is the fourth released game set based on the fantasy Warcraft universe, which made its first appearance in 1994 with the Warcraft: Orcs & Humans.
Hazzikostas stated in an earlier interview with CNET that the game will endure until its 20th anniversary as he quipped, “I definitely can’t tell you what our 20th anniversary is going to be,” and without hesitation he added, “I can tell you there is definitely going to be one.”
He said the company would like to do essential moves one step at a time. The company has been preparing for what the future may bring from whipping up the next expansion, and where the company will be heading to.
The WoW‘s fifth expansion will be named as Warlords of Draenor as disclosed at BlizzCon 2013 and will be rolled out on the very day the game will celebrate its tenth anniversary this year which is slated on November 13.
The first four expansion sets of the game and along with the date of release were: The Burning Crusade (January 16, 2007), Wrath of the Lich King, (November 13, 2008), Cataclysm (December 7, 2010, and Mists of Pandaria (September 25, 2012).
Now you heard it from the horse’s mouth that the game will continue to flourish not only this year but until 2024 and will continue to usher in more adventure, complex game play and fun to its plethora of players from the four corners of the world. This is indeed great news for Wow fans and aficionados who loves role-playing game (RPG) that offers non-stop action and witty stratagems.