Blizzard would typically sell a Battle Chest that would include the base game and released expansions at a reduced price, but a purchase was necessary before you were able to play.
This means that all players, including those just signing up to the game for the first time, can get access to most of the Warcraft content while just paying that monthly fee, which can also be cancelled. The price drop followed soon afterwards.
You can purchase Battle For Azeroth for $49.99, and new players can purchase the Complete Collection for $59.99. The current price-tag allows players to build their character to level 110 without having to make any additional purchases, however it's now unclear if this will be a permanent price drop.
Blizzard has tweaked the charging structure for World of Warcraft, meaning there are effectively no upfront fees to start playing the long-running MMO. Any and all support helps keep DualShockers as a standalone, independent platform for less-mainstream opinions and news coverage. So for you $15 each month, you get the base game content as well as The Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King, Cataclysm, Mists of Pandaria, Warlords of Draenor, and Legion.
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World of Warcraft has been around 14 years now, and it has kept its subscription model pretty much the same throughout its existence. Now, World of Warcraft is trying something a bit different.
Whether you're a solo or group player you can also enjoy the retaking of Lordaeron (Undercity) and the Teldrassil incident next week, which sets the stage for the Alliance vs. Horde conflict in the upcoming expansion.
As for Battle for Azeroth?