Here are over 50 minutes of gameplay footage from the Warcraft 3 Remake, Warcraft III Reforged

YouTube’s ‘Book of Flames’ has shared three videos, showing over 50 minutes of gameplay footage from the upcoming Warcraft 3 remake, Warcraft III Reforged. These videos showcase the game on Ultra settings at 1080p. As such, I strongly suggest watching them, especially if you are interested in this upcoming strategy game.

Warcraft 3 Reforged will have both the original Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos and its award-winning expansion, The Frozen Throne. Both of them will have better graphics and a suite of contemporary social and matchmaking features via Blizzard Battle.net. Not only that, but it will officially support mods.

Blizzard has recreated every character, structure, and environment to emphasize the depth, dimension, and personality of the game’s rough-hewn world. Therefore, the following videos will give you an idea of the game’s new visuals.

Warcraft 3 Reforged will also have an improved World Editor. The World Editor promises to set mapmakers free to craft new universes for players to enjoy. Existing custom maps will be playable in Reforged, and the editor will have countless new tools and features. Players will also be able to use the new matchmaker to find partners or opponents for traditional melee and custom games.

Enjoy!

Warcraft 3 Reforged Beta Gameplay, Orc vs Human, 1080p60, Max Settings

Warcraft 3 Reforged Beta Gameplay, Human vs Orc, 1080p60, Max Settings

Warcraft 3 Reforged Beta Gameplay, Human with Panda 1v2, 1080p60, Max Settings

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