A 2GB patch was issued for the Warcraft III: Reforged Beta. One of the features introduced is the Collections Tab with georgeous avatars. Read the patch notes after the gallery.
The video I recorded shows the options settings and the Collections Tab — including hovering over each avatar to learn how to obtain it as a reward. Press the SPACE bar to pause the video if you wish to read the text. Click the YouTube Title to watch fullscreen mode. Click the gear icon (at YouTube) to select 1080HD.
Blizzard Entertainment released a new Warcraft III: Reforged beta patch that introduces the toogle between Classic Mode and Reforged Mode assets. As a reminder, BlizzCon Virtual Ticket owners have access to Warcraft III Beta.
Blizzard Entertainment has officially announced the release date of Warcraft III: Reforged. The game will launch on January 28, 2020.
Probably in compliance with some consumer laws, Blizzard issued an email to those who pre-purchased Warcraft III: Reforged months ago:
” Though we’ve been working hard to get Reforged in your hands before the end of the year, as we started approaching the finish line, we felt we’d need a little extra development time for finishing touches. As always, our goal is to honor the high standards you hold us to, but we also understand if you’re disappointed by the wait—if you’d prefer a refund*, please visit our Customer Support site.”
WARCRAFT III: REFORGED RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCED
Mark your calendar—Warcraft® III: Reforged™, the full-scale reimagining of Blizzard’s groundbreaking real-time strategy game, is set for release on January 28! Including the original Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos® and its award-winning expansion The Frozen Throne®, Warcraft III: Reforged features seven single-player campaigns spanning over 60 missions, a top-to-bottom graphics and audio overhaul, and a full suite of contemporary matchmaking features via Blizzard’s Battle.net® online-gaming service.
Warcraft III: Reforged Beta began early Wednesday, October 30th. Those who purchased the Spoils of War edition for $39.99 were the first to get an invite, with more invites to be sent in upcoming weeks for those who purchased the standard edition.
The Warcraft III: Reforged installer is 11.18GB file size.
Blizzard Entertainment announced the Warcraft III: Reforged Beta test will begin this week. We have been surprised by something else in the Spoils of War in-game rewards that had not been previously disclosed at BlizzCon 2018, nor throughout 2019 to date.
The Spoils of War will introduce four new Warcraft III: Reforged skins: Champion of the Horde Thrall (his World of Warcraft: Cataclysm skin), Emerald Nightmare Cenarius, Fallen King Arthas, and Daughter of the Seas Jaina.
Why is this big? Because, though Blizzard didn’t specify in this announcement, it is obvious that plans might be in development to create custom skins for Warcraft III: Reforged players. Don’t know what I am talking about? Think StarCraft II War Chests.
Read the complete scoop below:
The multiplayer beta for Warcraft III: Reforged begins this week* with limited access to the orc and human races within 1v1 and 2v2 matchmaking. The undead and night elf races, and more game modes will be added in the weeks ahead.
Invitations to the multiplayer beta will be sent out over the coming weeks. Initial invitations will go out in waves to those who have pre-purchased the Spoils of War edition of the game and subsequent waves of invitations will go to additional players, such as those who have pre-purchased the standard edition of Warcraft III: Reforged.