EBGames suggests that WoW: Mists of Pandaria will be released on November 13th

Now here is something interesting. It seems that EBGames has leaked the release date of the latest expansion for World of Warcraft, Mists of Pandaria. According to the online shop retailer, Mists of Pandaria will be released on November 13th and is currently priced at $49.99 USD. Moreover, this doesn’t seem like a placeholder as there isn’t any TBC icon near this release date (something that is evident in the Australian store of EBGames). Furthermore, Bol.com has a similar release date, suggesting that Mists of Pandaria is coming this November.
We’ve also included a screenshot from Mists of Pandaria’s page. As of right now, EBGames has not made any changes to the game’s release date.
World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria will feature a new continent that will be 5x the size of Twilight Highlands, a new race called Pandaren, as well as a the Monk as a new class.
The game will come with 9 dungeons of which 6 will be brand new and 3 will be revisited versions of those currently in the game. There will be 3 raids with 14 bosses and 2 2 World Raid Bosses at launch. Challenge modes will be available for the six new dungeons at launch and according to Blizz, they are meant to be a little harder than heroics. Both Scenarios and Pet Battle System will be present.
Enjoy and stay tuned for more, as Blizzard will reveal the game’s cinematic intro at this year’s GamesCom!

 

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