World of Warcraft Next Expansion Location

Blizzard revamped World of Warcraft this year with the release of the Legion expansion, which got new players excited and old players back. Legion added new content, raids, items, quests and many more other exciting features to game and it brought WoW back to its old glory but now that almost one year has passed since the expansion was released and players are finishing up all the content, everyone is wondering what will Blizzard decide to release next.

There are millions of people playing World of Warcraft right now and because of that the game’s community is immense and everyone in the community is speculating on what’s going to come next. The most reoccurring speculation is that in the next expansion players will get a change to fight the Void Lords. If this proves to be true, it means that Blizzard has to develop new game locations in which players could explore the history of the Titans and Void Lords.

There is one other possibility though, Blizzard might add N’Zoth which is the only one from the evil Old Gods that hasn’t been seen in World of Warcraft. This expansion will go hand in hand with the game’s lore and one great thing about N’Zoth is that World of Warcraft lore is filled with stories about him. Players even pointed out that Blizzard isn’t necessarily required to create new map locations since they can alter already existing parts of Azeroth because that’s where N’Zoth comes from.

Right now we all we can do is speculate even further while waiting for Blizzard to confirm any rumors, but until then we can just be happy that everyone’s excited about WoW just like it was back in 2004. The game is a classic and every gamer that set his hands on an PC surely gave WoW a try at some point.

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    Given that Sargeras is unlikely to be defeated in this expansion, the Legion story will be far from over. Though Legion will probably set the stage for that future expansion.

    Kil’jaeden for example has never actually been defated, only his attempt enter our realm was defeated. We faced only a small fraction of his power.

    We are facing one of the most powerful mortal creatures in Warcraft lore, Queen Azshara. Kil’jaeden could also make a final reappearance, this time fully summoned into our world and in all his power.

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    The next expansion depends on Legion and the movie.

    If the movie disappoints and Legion loses another 50% of the remaining subs, the next expansion might be a low-rent F2P affair like SWTOR has done, with minimal everything.

    If the movie’s a hit and Legion rebounds to be 8-9 million at its peak, the next expansion might be a full-fledged invasion of Argus or some such Legion world, with the best raids ever and maybe a big revamp of the old content.

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    We will be facing “The Flop;”

    When our characters approach the mobs, they will flop over and drop thier loot.

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    Return of the Lich King: Bolvar’s Awakening.

    *crosses fingers*

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    With Artifact Weapons and all this stuff about the Emerald Dream, The Titans,Elune, the Naga,The Tomb of Sargeras and sylvanas’s story seemingly coming to head I would not be supersized if Blizzard is setting Legion up to be the Last X-pack.

    Not to mention Wow Chronicles coming out some time this year.That is supposed to be like the Holy Bible of WoW Lore.

    I mean, for years everyone has always though the Last X-pack would be called Burning Legion or something similar.

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    To be honest, it depends on how Legion goes down, and how we deal with the secondary villains, such as Azshara, N’zoth and maybe Zul (prophet of the Zandalari)

    Blizzard can create original content (sort of), we saw it with MoP and it was a lore rich expansion. I mean, some people have been saying ‘south seas’ for the next expansion since vanilla, and so far, never happened

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    As we all know, the Burning Legion is THE big baddy of the Warcraft universe. Some people have been saying Legion might be the final expansion of WoW, because what else would we face after the Legion? Well the Old Gods are, and they seem to be the next logical step.

    So either we will only drive the Legion back. They will eventually resurface once they recuperate their forces. (This has been the case since Warcraft 1) Or we would put an end to them only to create an opportunity for the Old Gods to strike at Azeroth.

    But what if they took a different direction?

    What if we lost to the Legion, not complete devastation but still a great loss which forces us to look for a new world similar to the Orcs in the first invasion (Draenor was dying, they needed to survive).

    The launch event would be something like mustering both factions’ forces and preparing a portal into a new world, when we arrive we are not warmly welcome and must earn our place by helping out the natives. There will still be a split between the Alliance and the Horde due to conflicts of interest, I’m afraid there must be because of the implications on WPvP and PvP servers.

    The main theme of the expansion won’t be centered around one evil villain ala Cataclysm and Deathwing. It will be all about the new world, making a new home for your faction. Instead of having a new continent worth 10 levels, we’ll be getting an entire new planet that ought to be worth 20 levels or more. Think of it like starting a new vanilla WoW experience, a soft reboot per se. Everything in the world is new to you and you don’t feel that you just need to rush to level cap and raid, you’d want to experience the entire new world. This would leave a lot of loose ends by leaving Azeroth behind, but Blizzard can find a way to address that, maybe we would eventually come back and reclaim Azeroth like the Protoss reclaimed Aiur.

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