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World of Warcraft's Huge Landmass Imaged From Space

Posted on Wednesday, April 11 @ 09:31:24 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack

World of Warcraft has been out since 2004, so naturally its landmass is absolutley massive by now. However, you never can really tell just how big it is until you see it from the proper perspective.

A user by the name of lurker_becomes_lurkd shared a collection of images through a Reddit post which display Azeroth and Outland from thousands of feet away. Check out the collection below:
 


When you're flying around at 150 miles per hour on your Drake of the West Wind it's easy to take the beauty and scale of World of Warcraft for granted. To think that people in the art department at Blizzard had to design each and every inch of what you see above is truly astounding, and the screenshots don't even show the game's dozens of dungeons and raids. Keep in mind that another expansion, Mists of Pandaria, will add yet another massive continent similar to Northrend with five additional zones to boot later this year.
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