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A zombie plague is ravaging World of Warcraft's test servers

A zombie plague is ravaging World of Warcraft's test servers

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands big pre-expansion event is live on the test servers and it's unleashed an unfathomably large zombie plague on players, turning Azeroth's capital cities into undead wastelands. Hundreds of zombies are stalking the streets, devouring any NPC they can find—even including some that offer quests—and turning them into the undead. Players who get within arm's reach can also be infected, giving them special zom-bilities and letting them attack other players to spread the infection. Naturally, Azeroth is in utter chaos.To get more news about cheap WoW items, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

To be clear, this isn't happening in the live version of the game but on its public test servers. It's here that Blizzard tests upcoming changes to the game, like the upcoming level cap squish (max level players will now only be level 50, with the new level cap being 60 when Shadowlands releases) and the overhauled new player experience. But, sometime later this fall, this event will launch on live servers—and if it's anything like what's happening now, it'll be a bloodbath.

I'm not exactly sure if the event is working as intended. Right now, Stormwind is absolutely overrun with ghouls that are rampaging through the streets and slaughtering everything that moves. The auction house, vendors, and even the bank are all unusable—which might be frustrating for players who, once the event is really live, are just trying to go about their day to day business.

Over on the WoW subreddit, players have also found ways to bring the zombie infestation outside of capital cities, making whole areas of Azeroth uninhabitable. It's funny to see how much this mirrors a real zombie plague, as slain players and NPCs both transform into ghouls so their numbers are constantly growing.

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