Watch the World of Warcraft Documentary “Looking For Group”

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World of Warcraft Documentary Blizzcon 2014 was arguably the best Blizzcon to date, largely because of all the new game announcements and reveals. As good as the usual cosplay contests, eSports competitions, and concert (Metallica) were, it was all about the games this time around. Blizzard used Blizzcon 2014 to announce its first new IP -- Overwatch -- in over 15 years, and reveal the much-anticipated Starcraft 2: Legacy of the Void cinematic trailer. It also announced the first full expansion pack for Hearthstone called Goblins vs Gnomes, as well as new heroes and battlegrounds for Heroes of the Storm. DON'T MISS: You Can Now Undelete World of Warcraft Characters Blizzcon 2014 marked the 10th anniversary of World of Warcraft and the 20th anniversary of the original Warcraft RTS. As a tribute, Blizzard released a new World of Warcraft documentary highlighting their journey from WoW’s initial development to its latest expansion, Warlords of Draenor. Titled Looking For Group, the World of Warcraft documentary features all our favorite Blizzard devs who made WoW a reality. They share their thoughts and experiences while making the game, and revealed some never before seen concept art from the early days of World of Warcraft -- you know, when technology was more limited than it is today. ALSO READ: There is a Connection Between Overwatch and Project Titan The hour-long Looking For Group documentary was clearly made for fans of World of Warcraft and is worth watching if you’re a lover of the franchise. As a film, it's well put together and a fun watch from beginning to end. Check it out below and share your impressions in the comments. If you end up playing World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor, let us know how you rate it. What do you think about the progress Blizzard has made over the years? [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyPzTywUBsQ?rel=0&showinfo=0&w=700&h=394]

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