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Warcraft Movie Offers Free Copy of WoW

When the credits roll in the theater, a new adventure awaits at home—Blizzard Entertainment today announced an epic promotion that gives moviegoers a chance to continue the journey they began in Legendary Pictures’ Warcraft® movie. In celebration of the film’s upcoming theatrical release, anyone who buys a ticket to see Warcraft from participating partners will receive a free digital copy of World of Warcraft®—the acclaimed massively multiplayer online role-playing game played by millions of people worldwide.

“A whole new audience will experience the war between the Alliance and the Horde when the Warcraft movie hits theaters,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. “We’re excited to give moviegoers a chance to participate in that conflict firsthand and explore Azeroth for themselves after seeing it on the big screen.”

In addition, World of Warcraft players around the globe can celebrate the movie’s release by customizing their in-game weapons with four movie-inspired looks, including the ornate sword and shield carried by soldiers of the Alliance, a massive and menacing Horde axe, and the staff of the fel-twisted orc warlock Gul’dan. Players who log in to the game between May 25 and August 1 will automatically receive this free set of cosmetic gear to permanently add to their collection.

For participating retailers, visit the blog post.

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  • DerpDUH

    This is so fucking stupid. The game can be downloaded for free right now… It was only by disc purchase way back in the day. I remember after it’s free client download every game stor were giving the discs out for free on the counters by the registers XD. This is just trying to market to those not knowing. “Omg a free object, I gotta check this out”…*insert monthly fee for a cancer F2P quality game*

  • Exclusive

    I agree with DerpDUH this is a dumb idea. If there was a way to make a game not rely on subscription fees and not rely on micro currency so much like over 90% games does or use VIP services I’d join that game.

Anyone who buys a ticket to see Warcraft from participating partners will receive a free digital copy of World of Warcraft.