In Orcish, that means “a blessing on you and yours”, and what a blessing it would be for Warcraft fans if Blizzard finally announces either Warcraft IV or a Warcraft III remaster? I, for one, am already getting on the hype wyvern, because rumours (due to job listings) about a next entry into the franchise or a remaster have been circulating for quite some time.
The latest rumour has some teeth to it, but as always, take rumours with a large helping of salt until such time as Blizzard officially makes an announcement. As reported by Wowhead, a Russian fansite GoodGame.ru revealed that “Russian pro Warcraft III players Happy and
So why are these pro Warcraft III players flocking to the US? Well, according to a report on GoodGame.ru, Happy revealed that it is for an offline secret event hosted by Blizzard, stating that:
“While I can not disclose the details, I was allowed to hint. At the end of this month, there will be a certain offline event – what will be there is still a secret. Because this event will take place in the US – I will need to make a visa.” – Source
In July, the Warcraft team already started balancing Warcraft III, so the most likely thing these pro players will be heading to the US to see is Warcraft III Remastered. However, there are still some hopes for a new entry into the beloved franchise. Whatever the case may be, getting pro players to test the game and give feedback is an excellent idea.
Since February is so short and leaks do happen, we might just hear something more concrete in the next week or two. I, for one, can’t wait to learn more about the project, whatever it may be.
What do you think about the latest rumour and who you be happy with a Warcraft III remaster or do you want Warcraft IV more than anything else? Let us know in the comment section below.
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