Battle for Azeroth is the seventh expansion for World of Warcraft and it’s due to be released this summer.
This new expansion, where Horde and Alliance go back to their roots and resume their original conflict, reignites old grudges that will leave Azeroth immersed in a full-scale war between the two factions again. You will discover the kingdom of Kul Tiras and the lands of the ancient empire of Zandalar, plunder uncharted islands, and be able to unlock six new race variants, including the Nightborne Elves, Highmountain Tauren, and Zandalari Trolls as part of the Horde, and the Void Elves, Lightforged Draenei and Dark Iron Dwarves if you join the Alliance.
The exact day of the release is yet to be announced and expansion content won’t be available for a few months, but you can already pre-purchase it getting some bonuses if you do it. There are two different editions of Battle for Azeroth available. Standard Edition comes with a level 110 character boost that will let you jump into Legion content right away, and also unlocks early access to four of the new Allied Races. Also if you manage to level up an Allied Race character from 20 to 110, you’ll earn a unique Heritage Armor set every time you do so.
Battle for Azeroth Digital Deluxe Edition includes Standard Edition’s contents plus a few digital goods that include Gilded Ravasaur and Seabraid Stallion mounts for Horde and Alliance respectively; Tottle, the baby Tortollan pet; Azeroth is Burning card back for Hearthstone; Alliance and Horde StarCraft II sprays; Primal Flamesaber mount for Heroes of the Storm; and voice lines, emotes, sprays and icons to use in Overwatch.