Art for World of Warcraft's Shadowmoon Valley

Warlords of Draenor has been removed from the Battle.Net store, meaning that everyone who already owns World of Warcraft (or buys the base game in the future) will have access to all of the expansions and content up to Legion.

Naturally, this doesn't mean you can play World of Warcraft for free as the subscription is still required if you want to progress past level 20, or own more than a pittance in your virtual wallet.

If you've never played World of Warcraft, but have even a passing interesting in MMOs, I would take this opportunity and give it a try. For €15/$20 you will be able to grab the base game and all of the expansions, as well as a month of 'free' playing time. It might not sound like much, but even if you play through the game casually this should be enough to experience everything besides end-game raiding, which if I'm perfectly honest is currently in a rather downward slump with there being only one raid worth running.

On the other hand, if you're an old WoW veteran and are thinking about returning to the game, take my advice and wait for Legion. Warlords of Draenor is fun for the first month or so, but soon enough you will realize the depressing reality of little content there is, and how underdeveloped the whole expansion is when compared to the previous ones.