World Of Warcraft For Xbox Is Still Discussed Internally At Blizzard

Can you believe that World of Warcraft is 20 years-old this year? Nah, us neither, and as it turns out - new versions of the title are still a hot topic over at developer Blizzard. Yep, two decades later the team still ponders a console release, and whether it's something worth pursuing.

Talking to VGC, the series' executive producer Holly Longdale says that the team "still talks" about World of Warcraft on console - although Blizzard is keen to stress that it doesn't have anything to announce at the moment.

"Of course we still talk about it. We’re gamers, I don’t think anything is out of the realm of possibility, but we don’t have anything to talk about right now.

We’ve got these three expansions and we are so excited about them. But, yeah, of course. It would be very insincere to say that we’re not, like… of course we’re talking about that [...] We are Microsoft now."

That last part sounds rather interesting. To us, it seems that discussions about getting WoW on console may have been re-ignited since Xbox's acquisition of the developer last year. Of course, that's speculation on our part, but Blizzard does seem to have a different stance on things under Microsoft ownership.

Anyway, we'll of course bring you any information about this if Blizzard decides to pursue it, but it's clearly on their minds over there at the moment. In other news, the team seems fairly happy with the company's integration into Microsoft and Xbox so far - which you can read more about down below.

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