World Of Warcraft’s Brewfest Is Here, And Wrath Classic Is Right Behind It

Raise your mugs and get ready to chow down!

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By Aspen Pash, News Editor September 21, 2022
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WoW Brewfest

World of Warcraft's famous Brewfest has arrived and can be enjoyed until October 6. Completing quests and activities on the Brewfest grounds will reward players with Brewfest Prize Tokens. These can then be used to purchase most of the items a player will find on sale at Brewfest.

Players will be able to slurp and burp their way through the Chowdown Champion eating contest to win 1 Brewfest Chowdown Champion Token. In addition, every half hour, a group of alementals or hozen will show up to destroy the Brewfest grounds. Players must put a stop to their shenanigans and will be able to win a reward once a day for their success.

Also, players should make sure to complete all the possible daily quests in order to obtain experience, gold, and Brewfest Prize Tokens in order to purchase holiday items.

Those looking to collect some achievements can read the official news on World of Warcraft’s site that not only lists out the achievements but also how to go about collecting them as well.

This year, Brewfest overlaps with the Wrath of the Lich King Classic global release as it releases on September 26. In order for WoW to provide the best player experience, all loot from Coren Direbrew will be set at an appropriate item level for level 20 characters. In addition, all achievements from the event can still be obtained, and other activities can be completed as usual.

Let's lift out mugs to another great Brewfest and to Wrath of the Lich King Classic’s global release!

Note: Activision Blizzard is still under investigation by the state of California for serious harassment charges. CEO Bobby Kotick is alleged to have known about such actions within his company – and performed some himself – and shielded the perpetrators from consequences.

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Aspen Pash
Aspen Pash, News Editor
Aspen is an avid gamer currently residing in Japan. She is most attracted to games narrative design and is a huge fan of player choice in games. If Aspen is not playing games, she is most certainly writing about them.

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