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Blizzard is pushing World of Warcraft into the future with Visions of N'Zoth update

[2020.01.14, Tue 01:05] It's cool to pay off a lot of those storylines with this big villain that's threatening the world. Danuser: We discussed different ways and different ideas about how to tell the N'Zoth story, but one of the things we really feel that - for a villain like N'Zoth, this update feels like a horror story, in a way. In terms of the old gods story, there is definitely - we're bringing everything happened in the war campaign behind the scenes, giving players what we hope is a really satisfying conclusion to that element, while always looking toward the future. While Visions of N'Zoth does bring to a close a lot of the major themes from Battle for Azeroth, there's still many threads we're carrying out from this expansion that will lead forward. We feel that's a compelling way to tell the story of this living, breathing world that has these very relatable characters that so many players have come to love and care about. In the wake of a world that's changed and seen the repercussions of war and is bringing something new to the table, the Visions of N'Zoth update made a lot of sense to introduce them at this time. To see him manifest through these familiar places to threaten the Stormlands and Orgrimmar and the Vale and all this influence reshaping this world and what that could mean, and the impact that him boring into the minds of these characters we care about and want to fight for - seeing what the repercussions are of all that, it's going to be a lot of fun from a story perspective.
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