Jeffrey Kaplan: The Burning Crusade will attract completely new players, as well as more inexperienced players, as well as appeal to World of Warcraft veterans. We'll be adding two brand new races into the game each with a fresh start experience for both races. For instance, blood-elves (our brand new Horde race) will be able to explore Eversong Forest and the WoTLK Gold. Eversong is akin to the zones of Elwynn as well as Tirisfal Glades as well as Ghostlands is about the same range of levels like Westfall and Loch Modan. As you can see, there is fresh content available for players beginning at level 1.
You've offered the Horde the status of a "pretty" race alongside blood elves. Can we conclude that this brand new Alliance race will be seen as "ugly" people of this faction?
In our Alliance race aim was not to create the race an "ugly" race. The goal was to create the race a "cool" race. We considered races that would fit in with the World of Warcraft lore and were a good fit with the Alliance. We also thought about races that would work with this particular expansion The Burning Crusade, and the Outland and then started from there. From the beginning we wanted to select something that was unique. In the time of decision we had to think about the race as a player and ask ourselves "Would I really like to take part in the race?" Personally, I am satisfied with our decision.
Do The Burning Crusade add much new content to the Azeroth's current regions and will the entire thing be located on an entirely new continent? If new quests, and other things will be introduced in cheap WOW WoTLK Classic Gold along with the Eastern Kingdoms Will players who have not been able to play the expansion be in a position to take them on?