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MMO World of Warcraft: Shadowlands

Pure Anarchy

Moderador
Staff
The veil between life and death is no more. Discover what lies beyond the world you know in the next chapter of the World of Warcraft saga: Shadowlands. Coming 2020.

Explore Azeroth’s Afterlife
The Shadowlands are home to an entire universe of the departed. Journey through hidden realms of wonders and horrors that await any who pass to the other side.

Choose Your Covenant
Align yourself with one of the Shadowlands’ four Covenants—otherworldly shepherds of the dead, each with their own ambitions, motives, and incredible powers to claim as your own.

Storm the Eternal Prison
Test your limits as you ascend Torghast, Tower of the Damned, a highly replayable ever-changing dungeon in the dark heart of the Maw, where the vilest souls are locked away forever.
 

wowmiguelfcp

Power Member
Eu acho que estaria na altura de investirem num novo Warcraft. Seja ele MMORPG ou RTS (preferência por este).... Mais uma expansão é mais do mesmo...
 

Mirime

Power Member
Isso é muito difícil de fazer porque todos os RTS anteriores basearam-se integralmente na continuidade do lore do jogo anterior. O World of Warcraft tem avançado com esse lore e está a caminhar a passos largos para o seu "final", assim sendo, penso que será difícil ter outro RTS (ou mesmo outro MMO) associado à história de Azeroth que dê continuidade ao lore do WoW.

Tudo tem um fim :)
 

Sacripanta

SuperModeradorzinho
Staff

O que aí vem:


The Story So Far
After disavowing the Horde and the Forsaken both in Battle for Azeroth cinematic Reckoning, Sylvanas fled to Windrunner Spire. There, she touched base with some loyalists, including her Val’kyr and Nathanos Blightcaller, ominously saying she had unfinished business to attend to. Then, she went to Icecrown Citadel and confronted the current Lich King, Bolvar Fordragon. After defeating him in single combat she shattered the Helm of Domination, and in doing so shattered the veil between the living and the afterlife.

In Shadowlands, we’ll be going into that afterlife, which is separated into six different areas, representing the different types of souls we’ll encounter. The first is Oribos where souls go to be judged, which will likely serve as the main city hub this expansion. Four more areas will be our allies in the form of Covenants, which house souls of different varieties, from the lightsworn to flawed souls in search of redemption. The final area is The Maw, where only the worst of the worst — the irredeemable — go after death. The Maw is an endless black prison, which is headed by a mysterious figure known as The Jailer.

No soul has ever escaped The Maw except Sylvanas, and it seems as though she’s done so by making a pact with The Jailer. It appears that everyone who has died since Sylvanas made her deal to escape The Jailer in Cataclysm — from Tirion Fordring to Saurfang to the innocent children burned alive at her command in Teldrassil — are now in the eternal torment of The Maw.
The Covenants
A central part of Shadowlands gameplay will revolve around Covenants. Each Covenant will have a distinct look and feel, and give different rewards, like some really amazing cloaks. They seem to be somewhat similar to our Class Halls in Legion — or the Houses in Harry Potter, as many have pointed out since the announcement. The panel where this was fleshed out a bit further also cited lore figures we’ll find in each place that exemplify the aesthetic and feel of each of these four factions.

The Kyrian are those “called to service,” and their aesthetic is strongly bound up in The Light and the Val’kyr, with the example of Uther the Lightbringer. The Necrolords are those who are powerful and strong with the will to survive, like Thrall’s mother Draka. The Night Fae are mystical and natural, like Cenarius. Lastly the Venthyr are souls which are flawed but redeemable, with Kael’thas Sunstrider as the exemplar.

All the rewards have yet to be fleshed out, but we know we’ll be getting some really amazing back augmentations, like wings inspired by the Spirit Healers for the Kyrian. Your Covenant will slowly develop as you play it, like Suramar, with alliances — and portals — being formed over time. Covenants also give us new abilities, regardless of the class we play. You’ll also get to form close relationships — no, not that type of relationship, Bioware fans — in a new mechanic called Soulbinding.

Gameplay Mechanics
This is the expansion where we’re finally going to have a level squish. Shadowlands will cover levels 50-60, and you’ll be able to essentially do levels 1-50 in any other expansion. Going through those pre-50 levels will also be significantly faster than before. Alts also get a bit of love, with a “New Game+” experience, where many things are already unlocked after you already unlocked them with another character.

The design intent seems to be focusing more on class identity for the first time in a long time. Many iconic abilities which were taken away in previous expansions will be given back, like Paladin Consecration or Hunter’s Mark. Along with this, it looks like we’ll also be getting class armor sets.

End Game
Though raids and dungeons are both in our future, at this time we don’t have a lot of information about many of them. The only one discussed is Torghast, Tower of the Damned, a unique experience which scales from one to four players. The way they described it sounds a bit like a roguelike, where you go in and try to go higher than you did last time, with ever-changing layouts and very low expectations. There are some very interesting lore implications in Torghast, though.
Old Questions, Answered
One thing you certainly won’t be able to do in Shadowlands is raid with the opposite faction. There’s no plan to end the Horde vs Alliance divide.
However, another old question was answered with a resounding yes. We will be able to transmog Legendaries sometime soon. The dev team is also, adding additional customization options for humans, including darker skin tones, curlier hair textures, and different eye shapes. Trolls and Dwarves both get warpaint options, and Undead will finally be able to hide their bones.

If you just can’t wait to get to the titular Shadowlands, you may want to pre-order now, because if you do so you get access to Pandaren and all the Allied Races as Death Knights once patch 8.3 launches. They’ve added an additional Collector’s Edition, so make sure you figure out which one you want before you buy.
 

NeoToPower

1st Folding then Sex
Algo que me deixou a pensar... se torghast vai ser impossivel de fazer overgear e nao tem fim quer isso dizer que vamos ter progressão infinita de gear? Ou vai haver limitação por meio de um cap semanal?

De resto gostei inenso do sistema de facções da tbc, ver essa mecanica de volta , para mim, é top.
Vai ser muito interessante esta nova expac.
 

Jack-O-Lantern

Moderador
Staff
Not sure if this is an error, but World of Warcraft: Shadowlands was rated in Brazil today for Xbox Series X + PC

https://twitter.com/gematsucom/status/1287743328663076864

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TpTavares

Power Member
Sinceramente se isto for verdade, não me surpreende. Já existe suporte para comando no WoW. E Rato e Teclado para a Xbox.

Se isto for verdade, mais uma bomba da MS, sinceramente.
 

Jack-O-Lantern

Moderador
Staff
Foi feita a clarificação oficial pela Blizzard:

Blizzard has responded to the WoW console speculation. Seems the rating was in error - was just intended for Xbox Adaptive Controller compatibility:

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topspeed

Power Member
Estava desinformado acerca desta expansão mas pelo que tive a ver o pessoal que andou na Beta criticou fortemente o estado do jogo. Inúmeros bugs e muitas classes desequilibradas.

É compreensível que tenham adiado. Não valia a pena lançar um jogo injogável.
Ainda me lembro da primeira semana de WoD em que as garrisons crashavam 24/7.
 

Sacripanta

SuperModeradorzinho
Staff
Bom, antigamente a data de lançamento era sempre “quando estiver pronto”. se voltassem a isso eram capazes de se safar de estar a levar com as reclamações que levam agora.
 
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