World of Warcraft is a MMORPG based in the Warcraft universe. The player creates a character choosing from 8 races and 9 classes. Most races start in their own part of the vast world. As the races move out from their starting locations, they can meet the other races if they choose to move out through the world. Both races and classes have unique abilities, skills, and spells to help them survive in the world.
The game offers professions for players to learn, if they want. You have the choice of 2 major professions, such as Alchemy, Herbalism, Skinning, and Tailoring, as well as the ability to have unlimited minor professions, such as Fishing and Cooking. Progressing in these skills allows you to make more things or have better results from the skills.
The gameplay is similar to most other MMORPG games, where you must go out into the world, complete quests, kill monsters, and level up your character. And, as often is the case, you also will want to find, make, or buy better equipment as you go along. There are multiple levels of equipment from normal to artifact based on rarity. The player can also join various guilds and parties.
You also can move quickly between areas by learning to ride a mount when your level is high enough, or taking another form of transport that you can’t control movement for, such as train, griffon, and more.
World of WarCraft System Requirements
- Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1.5GHz / AMD Athlon XP 1500+
- Graphics: AMD Mobility Radeon 7500 64MB or NVIDIA GeForce FX 5700 LE
- System Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Storage: 6 GB Hard drive space
- DirectX 9 Compatible Graphics Card