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  Tuesday, Nov 6, 2001 Report News | Archive | Top  
World of Warcraft Interview
- Posted 8:11 AM By Anthos
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Total Video Games has posted an interview with Chris Metzen, the creative director on World of Warcraft. Here's part:
It sounds big!!

Yes, I can’t give you an exact size of the world but it will have around 6 major continents and to compare that most people have seen Warcraft II and that only had 2 major continents! You will have a much grander sense of scale and of the world!

On offer there will be fully customisable character classes, innovative races, and thousands of weapons to allow for a truly diverse gameplay experience that will appeal to both hard-core and novice gamers alike. A simple, intuitive user interface will allow players of various skill levels to easily join the adventure. World of Warcraft also features support for advanced graphics hardware, giving the player superlative graphical enhancements, as well as a sophisticated, massively multiplayer network architecture capable of supporting thousands of players in a world simultaneously.
So go on over and check it out. If you still don't know what I'm talking about, World of Warcraft is a massively multiplayer online RPG set in the Warcraft Universe and takes place after Warcraft III. So, like I said, check it out.
Source: GameSpyDaily
 
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