Rumors about wow tbc classic gold a potential World of Warcraft console port came up recently, however Game Director Ion Hazzikostas says no such plans have been made. World of Warcraft console port The rumors circulate time. For instance, in 2020 people believed that the open developers of the controller's source code was a sign that the long-running MMORPG was finally moving to PlayStation and Xbox platforms. It didn't take much time to get more speculations about a WoW release on Xbox to air on the air when Microsoft announced its intention to purchase the publisher Activision Blizzard.

Prior to the release of Patch 9.0.1 in the latter half of 2020. World of Warcraft players interested in controller-specific options had no choice but to utilize external programs. The patch's pre-release for World of Warcraft tbc changed the game, then the game was able to be played in the world of fantasy with a PlayStation or Xbox gamepad in hand. While many assumed this marked the first step toward the possibility of a console version of WoW, Blizzard Entertainment never even teased such an endeavor. Of course, talks about a hopeful World of Warcraft Xbox port came to the forefront again following Microsoft's impending Activision Blizzard acquisition. Fans should not hold their breath, however.

An interview was conducted with IGN, World of Warcraft Game Director Ion Hazzikostas addressed ongoing rumors regarding the possibility of having an online version. The developer quickly dismissed this concept with the following quote: "Nah, I think World of Warcraft is a game designed from the ground up for players on PC." Warcraft's new controller support and upgraded user interface will therefore, be left to PC gamers and PC players alone to play.

Although console port cheap wow tbc classic gold hopefuls are unnoticed, World of Warcraft faithful will have plenty to look forward to in the near future. Blizzard Entertainment recently announced WoW's Dragonflight expansion, a new content that will let players experience in the Dragon Isles. The upcoming DLC will also introduce the Dracthyr Race and Evoker class, as well as dragonriding and new raids and previously unexplored dungeons. At the time of posting, Blizzard has yet to divulge the date for the launch.