World of Warcraft expansion Battle for Azeroth will be released this summer

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We'll see the Battle for Azeroth descend on World of Warcraft sometime this summer, according to a press release received yesterday.

The four Allied Races you can unlock. By completing quests and earning reputation you can unlock the Void Elves, the Lightforged Draenei, the Nightborne or the Highmountain Tauren and run through the game as that race.

However, just because the Allied Races are now available doesn't mean they're accessible to everyone.

Azeroth paid a bad price to end the apocalyptic march of the Legion's crusade-but even as the world's wounds are tended, it is the shattered trust between the Alliance and Horde that may prove the hardest to mend.

Everyone who pre-buys Battle for Azeroth will also receive in-game items for WoW and other Blizzard games. Thankfully, these requirements are account-wide, helping Alliance players unlock the Horde races fairly easily and vice versa. A pricier, Digital Deluxe edition ($69.99) includes the boost plus a new, faction-based mount, plus a mount in Heroes of the Storm, a Hearthstone cardback, new emotes and voice lines in Overwatch, and sprays in Starcraft II.

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Battle for Azeroth's pre-purchase costs $49.99. Players will gain access to two mounts: the Seabraid Stallion for the Alliance and the Gilded Ravasaur for the Horde.

The Battle of Azeroth features two new Kingdoms (Zandalar and Kul Tiras), the aforementioned recruitment of Allied Races, a new area called Islands of the Great Sea where you can meet new enemies and battle in groups of three, a 20-player cooperative called the Warfront inspired by the RTS days of Warcraft, new material to infuse your armor with called Azerite, and finally an all new level cap at 120.

Hearthstone: After a rough day on the front, rest up at the tavern and play a few hands of Hearthstone with your hot new Azeroth Is Burning card back.

Get started by visiting the World of Warcraft page in the Blizzard Shop. The press release says summer, and the disclaimer mentions "on or before September 21, 2018", the official "end" of summer.