The latest expansion for World Of Warcraft promises to keep things fresh with lots of new features and content. Blizzard takes a different approach this time around and has decided to focus more on world events and features to keep you engaged. MOP will be introducing a whole new continent this time around with stunning environments.
Mists of Pandaria is loaded with new features including the new playable race the Pandaren. The Pandaren are unique in that they are the only race that begin the game without any ties to the Horde or the Alliance. As you progress with your new Pandaren character you will be given a choice at level 10 as to what side you would like to choose. With the Pandaren comes of course martial arts which brings with it a new class, the monk.
A whole new continent will be yours to discover as you fight your way to the new level cap of 90. Dungeon challenge modes will provide more incentives to run through content more than once and keep things fresh. New scenarios promise to give you a reason to roam out in the world with your friends and complete tasks together.
There is a whole new continent in this fourth expansion that includes many new zones including Kun-Lai Summit, Townlong Steppes, The Jade Forest, Vale of Eternal Blossoms, Valley of the Four Winds, Dread Wastes, and Krasarang Wilds. With this release also comes the addition of Pet Battles which will have all your favorite pets dueling it out in turn based combat. When this expansion was first introduced I was surprised and a bit nervous as the direction Blizzard was going seemed so different that it made me wonder how they were going to make all this work. As time has gone on and the beta has been updated over and over, things started to become clearer and my initial feelings about the expansion started to change. I plan to go more in depth on this expansion once we move past the beta and really get into the content. It is too early too tell how this expansion will hold up compared to previous releases but I remain optimistic as Blizzard drives toward a September 25th release date.