World Of Warcraft Coming To Brazil This Year

Blizzard is expanding World of Warcraft into a big new market. They revealed that a localized Brazilian Portuguese version will be released in the South American country later this year.

"One of our top priorities is ensuring that our games are easily accessible to players all around the world. By offering a fully localized version of World of Warcraft along with customer service in Brazilian Portuguese, we’re able to deliver an experience that meets our standards and the expectations of our players in Brazil," said Mike Morhaime, Blizzard Entertainment CEO. "We look forward to welcoming Brazilian gamers to the global World of Warcraft community, and we hope they have a great time in Azeroth."

Brazilian Portuguese will be the ninth supported language for WoW. It's the third supported language for Latin America. Players in those countries currently have a choice of either English or Spanish.

Current players on North American realms will be able to download a free file to add the new language to the game. Blizzard intends to create Brazilian Portuguese realms in the future as well.

World of Warcraft and its first expansion The Burning Crusade will be sold in Brazil for BRL 29.90. Localized versions of expansions Wrath of the Lich King and Cataclysm will cost BRL 99.90 each. Three subscription plans will be offered: 30-day (BRL 15), 90-day (BRL 42) and 180-day (BRL 78).
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