WoW Mists of Pandaria expansion is huge. One one end, it starts at level one, with a new starting area for the new Pandaren race. On the other end, it raises the level cap from 85 to 90 and adds an enormous amount of end-game zones.
Mists of Pandaria is best looked at from two different perspectives. One: how is it for the new player? And two: how is it for the experienced player? If someone's been in a holding pattern at level 85 for years, what does Mists of Pandaria offer to that player, and how do its many changes improve or diminish the World of Warcraft experience?
Blizzard has announced that World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria will launch on September 25. The MMORPG's fourth expansion will be offered three different packages: a standard copy for $40 via retailers and Blizzard's digital store, a $60 Digital Deluxe version and an $80 Collector's Edition...
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