- Platform: Windows XP, Mac OS X
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World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor - Collector's Edition (PC/Mac)
- Drop into the action at level 90 with a character boost (available upon release)
- Stake your claim on Draenor by building and customising your own Garrison
- Behold striking new character art and experience intense battles in great detail
- Unleash powerful new abilities and quest through 10 new levels of epic content
- Includes art book, behind-the-scenes DVD/Blu-ray, soundtrack, mouse pad, and digital bonus items
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Edition: Collector's Edition
Carve a path through history
It is the era of an Old Horde, forged with steel rather than fel blood. A union of great orc clans, the Iron Horde, tramples the planet Draenor beneath terrifying war machines. Azeroth falls next. Worlds uncounted will follow.
You must mount a desperate charge on Draenor – savage home of orcs and adopted bastion of stoic Draenei – at this pivotal moment. Your allies are legends from across time; your fortress a foothold in an alien land. Lead the armies of one world against another, before the future itself is unmade.
Heroes reborn – new character models
With Warlords of Draenor, classic Warcraft races sport higher detail, updated animations, and new visuals that reflect the soul of their original models: teeth, bones, beards, 'hawks, and all. Look ready for action. Be ready for action.
Arise a champion – level 90 character boost
Opposing the Iron Horde are the heroes of Azeroth, at the heights of power for which they've always been destined. Even if you're new or returning to the game, Warlords empowers you to boost one of your characters to level 90 and master new abilities at the gateway to Draenor, so that you can charge into grand combat right away. Play the races and classes you've always wanted to try, wage war alongside your friends, and take your place among Warcraft's finest.
Take command on Draenor with garrisons
To clash with the greatest army Draenor has ever known, you'll need your own forces and your own fortress. Construct a mighty garrison: an enduring home base integrated seamlessly with the world, not a hiding spot far from the action. Customise it with specialised structures like farms, stables, armouries, workshops, and more.
Establish trade routes and unlock new quests, gear, and pets to support your war for Draenor. Recruit stalwart followers to man your base, and send them to loot dungeons, fulfill missions, and craft items, even if you're offline. Tame a deadly realm and build an unbreakable monument to victory.
Journey to a mythic time – story, heroes, and villains
Before the orcs first invaded Azeroth, the Iron Horde rose to dominate a historic age. Only the heroes of past and present still defy the warlords of Draenor. Through a refined, flexible questing system, you'll meet storied heroes and villains in battle without slowing your exploration of a forbidding land. As you and your allies win victories, you'll be duly rewarded – any quest can randomly award bonus rare or epic items. Stand beside legends. Break the tide of steel.
Brave a savage world
Draenor is a land of magma and metal, stone and steam. City-forges wrap her twin moons in smog, and wheels deform the earth. Vicious saberon, winged arakkoa, spike-skinned gronn, and more unusual creatures rule the edges of the world, feasting on anything they kill.
Enigmatic Draenei refugees have built a coastal foothold into a glimmering state replete with the libraries and worship-halls of their timeless civilisation. Meanwhile, the Iron Horde's slaves labour on engines of war pointed at the Draenei and worlds beyond. Kingdoms, clans, tribes, men, women, children – all are tense as coiled muscles.
Frostfire Ridge is a harsh land of ceaseless winter and volcanic peaks, where travellers encounter molten lava as often as painfully cold snow. Rock-hewn Bladespire Fortress, built to grandiose heights by the ogres who occupy its halls, is one of the few structures able to remain standing amidst this inhospitable wilderness. It's the perfect target for the survivalist orcs of the Frostwolf clan.
The industrial development of the Blackrock clan has left the once glistening oasis of Gorgrond a desolate, rocky badland, its only remaining natural produce the steam that boils up from massive vents beneath the earth. Gorgrond has become the source of the Iron Horde's arsenal – its foundries churn out weapons, armour, and torrents of smoke great enough to be seen from neighboring lands.
Seafaring ogres claim the south of windswept Nagrand, and they seek to dominate both the land and the orcs who dwell upon it. But more cryptic threats abound: a strange mist pours from the centre of the plains, embodiments of nature stir around the Throne of the Elements, and the otherworldly crystals of Oshu'gun draw questers and fortune-seekers from all over Draenor.
In primordial Tanaan, even the plants have teeth. Darkling fronds stab out at unlucky wanderers, or conceal canyons that plunge miles deep beneath the canopy – and these are far from the jungle's worst dangers. Each day, warlords fell even wider stretches of Tanaan's wilderness, striving to construct an apocalyptic device that will finally rend the gates of space and time for conquest unending.
Talador is the heart of Draenor. It rests at the crossroads of the continent, divided by rivers that flow from the Sea of Zangar and enable marine trade and movement from east to west. At the centre of Talador shines the glorious cathedral city of Shattrath: a museum metropolis, an architectural marvel, a preserved recreation of ancient draenei culture – entirely occupied by the Iron Horde.
Hidden under a shroud of perpetual night broken only by bright starlight, the lush, idyllic forests of Shadowmoon Valley are home to a majestic Draenei tomb and sanctuary, Karabor. While many of Shadowmoon's denizens study prophecy among Karabor's ancient stone circles, plotters with darker ambitions lurk in the valley's vast underground cave network, gazing greedily at the sacred temple.
Spires of Arak
For travellers limited to two legs, Arak is an autumnal, swampy forest, framed in crooked trees that rest chin-level with giants. High above the trees towers a landscape rarely seen by outsiders: impossibly tall rock spires too steep to scale. The Arakkoa gaze out from these treacherous perches, watching their land like incarnate gods and paying homage to the blessed sun by burning the 'low races' alive.
The Collector's Edition contains the following extras: full colour hardcover art book, two-disc behind-the-scenes DVD and Blu-ray set, soundtrack CD, mouse pad, and digital bonus items. The digital bonus items include the following:
- World of Warcraft: Dread Raven Mount and Dread Hatchling Pet – Swoop down from the dark of night on the black-winged Dread Raven, a mortal progeny of Anzu, and devour your prey in your next Pet Battle with the adorably ferocious Dread Hatchling.
- Starcraft II: Warchief Portraits – Summon the strength of two of the most fearsome Iron Horde warchiefs, Grommash Hellscream and Blackhand, as you clash in the Koprulu sector in Starcraft II.
- Diablo III: Warsong Pennant – Brandish this battle-torn pennant on your back, and channel the rage of the Warsong Clan against the demonic forces of Sanctuary in Diablo III.
1 x Game disc
1 x Battle.net code
1 x Hardcover art book
1 x Behind-the-scenes DVD and Blu-ray
1 x Soundtrack CD
1 x Mouse pad
Digital bonus items
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Top Customer Reviews
Aside from that the CD and Warlords music is superb, the one thing they have really outdone themselves with is the audio, the mouse mat is a fantastic piece of Glenn Rane work. I have yet to look at the behind the scenes so can't comment on how good that is. The game itself is pretty good (as long as you missed the issues within the first week of expansion launch), so it is well worth playing if you are an avid WoW fan.
As the reviews state on the Standard edition, yes the Servers are having problems but for a good reason. Blizzard was subject to a DDoS attack at launch and they have been recovering from it. The servers are currently unstable and it takes a long time to get in depending on your server, considering the Expansion has been released 2 days and it's servers are back up and running and containing so many people is truly triumphant. Yes there are long ques but for a good reason, they are locked so Blizz can manage the servers. My main server had a 6000 number que at one point. You let that kind of number all log in at once? In one server? Yeah... Bad time. I'd sooner see Blizz keep order and have the servers rolling than cram everyone in at once and let the server crash. So the 1 star reviews are completely negligible as Blizz are doing their best. Shows this Expansion was quite the success to might I add.
So the collectors edition comes with a Digital Deluxe copy of the game along with a physical copy to boot, Artbook, Mouse matt, Behind the Scenes Dvd and Blu-ray and Soundtrack compiled in to an attractive box. Pretty generic but I feel it is great for those who want the Digital Deluxe version of the game as IMO the Deluxe copy available on Blizz store is a waste of money. Why? The collectors edition (at launch) cost £10 more than the Deluxe version, alas this package is well worth £10 more! I would urge you to buy this instead of the Deluxe as you get more for your money and a Physical copy for your collection of games.Read more ›
I must say, so far, the in game content is amazing and very involving.
For the first time experiencing this new expansion ( I have played since Vanilla ), I feel the quest flow is easier and more interesting.
The game design is notable, once again, the new zones really add more variety to the game environment and the quest flow really makes you explore the new areas.
The new game features are very well integrated, like the garrison. Makes the game feel more and more individual.
I really don't regret buying WoD, as a world of warcraft fan, I was positively surprised with this new expansion.
The game has received a significant audiovisual overhaul and looks quite good for a 2014 game, even though it is an expansion to a 2004 game. Most sound effects have been replaced, character models have been updated, and the environments have far more detail, including much better lighting, than before.
The questing itself has become quite reminiscent of Skyrim. You have a long quest chain for each zone which tells the main story, but along the way you will constantly encounter side activities in the form of treasure chests, optional quests, rare enemies, and various other bonus objectives that usually fall into the category of "kill X". What this has generally meant is that "go to Y kill X" quests are now pretty much all optional, and the actual mandatory questing is full of fun lore bits and unique missions. Questing through Draenor is a blast when it works.
There has also been some much needed character class overhauling. One might be tempted to call it simplifcation as they have removed lots of spells, but my general experience really isn't that it feels simplified. In actual fact, I have found only increased depth. While the levelling itself is very easy, the game does get very challenging as you get to level 100 and start doing challenge mode dungeons and things like that.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice boxed product absolutely crap expansion from Blizzard dont buy it unless you are hardcore then think again its the worst ever.Published 8 months ago by Anonymous
Love this game, collectors editions very well presented, look good lined up on a shelf...Published 12 months ago by Edazza
if you play WOW you know how much you need this, if you don't play wow yet please save yourself and run away from this this as fast as you can and never look backPublished 13 months ago by Irakli Bibileishvili
I love the franchise even though the Draenor expansion wasn't the best it could be.Published 14 months ago by Wolfsbyte
Amazing expansion. loving every second of it! Product is great too!Published 14 months ago by Dan P.