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World of Warcraft goes free-to-play up to level 20

Posted on Wednesday, June 29 2011 @ 22:45:58 CEST by


Blizzard announced it's making World of Warcraft free-to-play up to level 20. The World of Warcraft Starter Edition basically removes the time limit of the 10 to 14-day free trials, but gameplay is limited in several ways to gamers will have to buy the full edition and subscribe to fully enjoy the experience.

Here's a list of restrictions in the free-to-play version:
  • A level cap of 20.
  • A maximum of 10 gold.
  • Trade skills are capped at 100 ranks.
  • Unable to trade via the Auction House, mailbox, or player-to-player.
  • In-game access to public chat channels unavailable. Players are limited to communicating using only say, party, or whisper.
  • Characters will be unable to create or join guilds.
  • Characters are not able to send whispers to other characters unless they have been added to the characters' friends lists or have received a whisper from a character first.
  • Characters will not be able to invite other players into a party.
  • Characters will not be able to join parties with other characters above level 20.
  • Voice chat disabled on Starter Edition accounts.
  • Realms experiencing login queues will prioritize players who have full, paid accounts.
  • Starter Edition accounts are not eligible for character transfers
  • RealID features are disabled on all Starter Edition Accounts.




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    Re: World of Warcraft goes free-to-play up to level 20
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