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World of Warcraft: Cataclysm's release date, DC Universe Online delayed, and even more Final Fantasy 13?
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World of Warcraft: Cataclysm's Release Date - IGN Daily Fix: 10.4.10
Jessica Chobot: Hey every body Jess here with your Fix for Monday October 4th. Time to head back to Azaroth. Blizzard announced that the next World of Warcraft Expansion cataclysm is hitting PC and MAC December 7th along with a new level –85 you’ll get two new raises, new location, powers and plenty more for the full details head on over to IGN PC and remember guys and gals try not to ignore your family too much during your holiday vacation.
And speaking of MMO’s DC Universe online will not release a November as originally planned. The game has now been pushed back to early 2011. In the flips side the game’s beta will launch as early as next week for people who already have beta codes. If you guys don’t have a code you can get yours by preordering the game before November 15.
And it looks like we can expect to see some more Final Fantasy XIII in the future in a recent interview Final Fantasy producer Yoshinori Kitase claims that his team is not quite done with the 13 universe and if fans want it. They’re willing to make a direct sequel to Final Fantasy XIII. Currently Kitase’s working on a new game that seems to be connected to the Final Fantasy XIII mythology. He hopes to put in new and more complicated gameplay mechanics that were originally scratched from the retail version. We’ll keep you posted as we learn more.
And finally congratulations Jessica not only do you have an awesome name but you also want a copy of Castle Vania Lords of Shadow. She completed one of my favorite Dracula lines from the series namely: What is a man? A miserable little pile of secrets. Enjoy your copy of Lord’s of Shadow Jessica and that’s your fix for October 4th, 2010. I’m Jessica Chobot and be sure to get your fix any time online here at IGN.com.