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Blizzard outlines plans to merge its less-populated World of Warcraft servers with more populated ones

Blizzard has confirmed plans to merge its less-populated World of Warcraft servers with more populated ones.

In a post on the official forums, the team said the decision to “connect the low-population realms to other existing realms” will give players more opportunities without having to shell out for server transfers.

“World of Warcraft is best when you have a community of other players around you, and while numerous ways to participate in cross-realm play have been added to the game over the years, there are still many aspects of the experience that are realm-based,” wrote community manager, Kaivax (thanks, PC Gamer). “From your history with your guild to your interactions with the economy around you, a realm with a healthy population provides more opportunities, and it’s been several years since we last connected some realms.”

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