Fortunately, WoW game developer Jeremy Feasel

  • World of Warcraft: Shadowlands large pre-expansion event is live on the test servers and it has unleashed an unfathomably large zombie plague on gamers, turning Azeroth's capital cities to undead wastelands. Hundreds of Wow gold classic zombies are stalking the streets, devouring any NPC they can find--even including a few that provide quests--and turning them into the undead. Players who get within arm's reach can also be infected, giving them special zom-bilities and allowing them attack other players to spread the infection. Naturally, Azeroth is in utter chaos.

    To be clear, this isn't happening from the live version of the game but on its public test servers. It is here that Blizzard tests upcoming changes to the game, such as the upcoming level cap squish (max level players will only be level 50, with all the new level cap being 60 when Shadowlands releases) and the overhauled new participant experience. But, sometime later this fall, this event will start on live servers--and when it is anything like what is happening now, it is going to be a bloodbath.

    I am not exactly sure if the event is functioning as planned. At the moment, Stormwind is absolutely overrun with ghouls which are rampaging through the streets and slaughtering everything that moves. The auction house, sellers, and even the lender are unusable--that might be frustrating for gamers who, once the event is actually live, are just trying to go about their day to day business.

    Over on the WoW subreddit, players have also found ways to attract the zombie infestation outside of capital cities, making entire areas of Azeroth uninhabitable. It is amusing to see how much the mirrors a true zombie plague, as slain players and NPCs both transform into ghouls so their numbers are constantly growing.

    Fortunately, WoW game developer Jeremy Feasel confirmed the zombie invasion part of the event will only be active for a few hours throughout the day instead of all the time. I am actually a bit disappointed by that, honestly, because I think it would be fun to find an all-out, 24/7 invasion that players have to try and contain--something similar to World of Warcraft's notorious Corrupted Blood incident.

    Players can also venture to the arctic wastes of Northrend to fight bosses and make strong loot, and there is also a new narrative quest to try .

    Otherwise, you can wait until the event inevitably starts sometime in the forthcoming months.

    Since publishing our initial story, YouTuber and Reddit user'KokushiGG' has posted a brand new video displaying Ray Traced Shadows in the new zones in the growth. You'll find the video down below. Like yesterday's screenshots, we can observe the buy wow gold gap in Shadows is quite minimal with all the newest feature enabled. Enabling Ray Traced Shadows, however, will seem to greatly impact performance with FPS falling from 120FPS into 60FPS in some cases.