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WoW: What will you remember positively from Battle for Azeroth?

Raids have been fought, instances conquered, and territories explored. Battle for Azeroth is at its zenith, about 19 months after its release. So let's take advantage of the upcoming breather and review the experiences of the past few months.

The seventh WoW expansion has had its ups and downs - just like any other. Today, let's take a step back and look at Battle for Azeroth as a "whole.

What moments have left you speechless (in the positive sense of the word)? At what points did you have to fight tears of joy ? In short: What will you remember positively about Battle of Azeroth?

WoW's sound worlds - following in Hans Zimmer's footsteps

Personally, I see myself as an auditory person. I'm one of those players who turn down the reverb of weapons and spells so as not to distract attention from the epic sounds of the composers.

When Battle for Azeroth was released, I knew little about the upcoming expansion. I was all the more surprised when I rode through the spooky-looking forests of Drustvar for the first time. The assets, the sound, the atmosphere. This area took me over completely.
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A few months after my first encounter with Drustvar, I started publishing my first articles here on buffed.de. My "WoWs Klangwelten" series was the epitome of my passion here. Now as then: I am convinced that the composers burn off expansion after expansion an auditory work of art, a firework of the ears.

Especially the small but fine details make sure that areas like Drustvar are perceived as a morbid horror zone - with the Kronsteig mansion in the center, which constantly attracts the listener's attention. And me under its spell.

In Memoriam Battle for Azeroth

When I think back to Battle for Azeroth in a few years, I will undoubtedly have a positive memory of that soundtrack. Whether it's the musical riches of Zuldazar, Nazjatar or Drustvar. Video game music composers are no longer inferior to their predecessors in film music. To put it in Austrian: I'm looking forward like a breaded schnitzel to the soundtrack of the upcoming Shadowlands expansion.

Your opinion is asked

What do you think, dear buffed.de reader? What will you remember positively about Battle for Azeroth? Which part of the current expansion do you like the most? We're looking forward to your comments!

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