World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade - Collector's Edition [PC Game]
|Platform: Hybrid Windows/Mac
Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment
Release Date: January 16, 2007
Developer: Blizzard Entertainment
Rating: ESRB: T (Teen)
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 98 / Me / 2000 XP / Vista I
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Developed by: Blizzard Entertainment - Blizzard Entertainment (2007) - Persistent World Online RPG - Rated: Teen
The World of WarCraft expands to resist the invasive corruption of the Burning Legion, in the game's first retail add-on package.
The Dark Portal is reopened, and it is left to the greatest heroes of the Horde and the Alliance to rise up and meet the soulless
scourge in its otherworldly garrisons -- lest they face it once again in their troubled homelands of Azeroth.
Two new races arrive with the Burning Crusade expansion. The fair Blood Elves, doomed descendants of the High Elves who
fought alongside Humans against Orcs generations earlier, join the Horde. The bulky Draenei, of a refugee people that managed
to resist the Legion's demonic corruption, have fled their world and joined the Alliance of Azeroth. Blood Elves may become
Paladins, and Draenei may become Shaman, opening these classes to their respective factions for the first time.
Seven surreal Outland regions are added by The Burning Crusade expansion. Only the most veteran heroes of the Horde and the
Alliance will be powerful enough to confront the Eredar, Gronn, and other corrupt creatures that rule there. The new "Caverns of
Time" battlegrounds allow players to fight in crucial conflicts from WarCraft real-time strategy lore.
The expansion adds dozens of monsters and hundreds of quests, raises the level cap to 70, and brings flying mounts for the
mightiest of the mighty. An additional profession, jewelcrafting, is introduced. High-level spells and talents are added, and new
equipment becomes available -- including socketed items to be enhanced with crafted jewels.
A full installation of the main World of WarCraft game is required to play the add-on. While some of expansion's new content is
available to all existing World of WarCraft players, those who wish to visit the Outland or create characters of the new races must
install The Burning Crusade.
In addition to copies of the expansion pack on both CD-ROM and DVD-ROM, the Collector's Edition of Burning Crusade includes a
hardcover book of concept artwork and other images from the game, two "starter packs" of cards for use in the "World of
WarCraft Trading Card Game," the expansion's soundtrack on audio CD, and a mouse pad with a map of the new Outland
continent. Also, players who install the Collector's Edition exclusively gain access to the Netherwhelp ornamental in-game pet.