By Quinton Miles
Blizzard Entertainment announced today that [i]World of Warcraft[/i], their highly anticipated MMORPG title, is now available in stores throughout North America, Australia and New Zealand. After signing up for a monthly subscription, gamers will be able to fully experience the [i]Warcraft[/i] franchise in a whole new light through a continually evolving online enviornment.
“After an extensive and extremely successful beta-testing period for ‘World of Warcraft,’ we are especially proud to now be releasing the game to the public,” said Mike Morhaime, president and co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment. “This has been our most ambitious undertaking to date, and despite the epic size and scope of the game, we believe it fully meets the high standards that we’ve set for all Blizzard games.
“We’re confident that both experienced and novice players alike will be delighted with the endless hours of enjoyment that ‘World of Warcraft’ has to offer, and we look forward to hearing their thoughts about the game.”
[i]World of Warcraft[/i] will retail for $49.99, with a collector’s edition costing 30 dollars more.