News | World of Warcraft Dragonflight Expansion Revealed

Blizzard has unveiled the new expansion for World of Warcraft called Dragonflight.

There were already rumors that the new expansion would be called that, but last night it was officially revealed during a livestream. Players travel to the Dragon Isles in the expansion. The new location is described as opulent and ‘primordial’.

Dragonflight introduces a new hybrid race, the Dracthyr Evokers. They start at level 58 and can join both the Horde and the Alliance. They have two forms: their dragon-like avatars used during combat and their human forms when talking to people from Azeroth.

In addition, dragons are added that players can fly on. This dragon can be completely customized to the player’s taste. The dragon can also be upgraded to become faster or to cover greater distances.

In addition to these new options, Blizzard also needs to make improvements to existing elements of World of Warcraft. For example, the talent system must be overhauled and the UI must be adjusted. It is not yet known when the expansion will be released. More information can be found on the official website.

Blizzard has also announced that Wrath of the Lich King is coming to World of Warcraft Classic later this year. Players will receive a boost to level 70 for those who have not played Burning Crusade Classic, achievements, an improved Barber Shop and of course the new zones Borean Tundra and Howling Fjord. However, the Dungeon Finder from the original expansion does not return.

News | New Lego Super Mario sets revealed

Two new Lego sets of Lego Super Mario have been announced. The sets were released in a short Nintendo trailer.

The Lego Super Mario collection was announced last month by Nintendo and Lego. Now the release date has been announced for the starter set, which comes out August 1. This is done through a trailer where Jonathan Bennink, the head of Lego Lab who shows the set in detail. There were two more surprises in the trailer. Two new Lego Super Mario additions have also been announced in the video.

These are the Piranha Plant Power Slide Expansion Set and the Bowser’s Castle Boss Battle Expansion Set. In the first set, Mario has to survive between two Piranha Plants and at Bowser’s castle he has to fight against King Koopa. It is not yet known when these sets will be released.

Finally, there is more information in the trailer about the starter set of Lego Super Mario. In the video, Bennink explains that the Mario doll is equipped with LCD screens and a speaker, which let him give reactions and make sounds. The starter set can now be reserved via the official Lego website and other selected retailers for 60 euros.