Europe gets Spanish version of World of Warcraft

Blizzard has announced that they will be releasing a fully localized Spanish version of WoW for European players. The new version will come fully staffed with Fluent Spanish customer service based in the Blizzard Europe offices.  The same 24 / 7 in-game support will be offered and there will be an official website. Read the press release at the link below.

 

Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. today announced plans to release a fully localised Spanish version of World of Warcraft®, its popular subscription-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game. The Spanish version will represent the fourth language available to players in Europe, making the game accessible to an even wider audience here.

Blizzard has announced that they will be releasing a fully localized Spanish version of WoW for European players. The new version will come fully staffed with Fluent Spanish customer service based in the Blizzard Europe offices.  The same 24 / 7 in-game support will be offered and there will be an official website.

 

Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. today announced plans to release a fully localised Spanish version of World of Warcraft, its popular subscription-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game. The Spanish version will represent the fourth language available to players in Europe, making the game accessible to an even wider audience here. World of Warcraft’s European customer base is currently at more than 1 million players, with the worldwide total now at more than 6 million players.

 

The Spanish version of the game will be released and hosted in Europe and supported by a dedicated Spanish-speaking team based at the Blizzard Europe offices. This will include 24/7 in-game support, offline customer support, a dedicated community team and an official World of Warcraft website in Spanish. As with the existing German and French versions, the game will be localised by the Blizzard in-house localisation team.

 

“We look forward to offering Spanish-speaking players in Europe a version of World of Warcraft tailored specifically for them,” said Mike Morhaime, president and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. “The enthusiasm for the game here has been overwhelming, and we’re pleased that this new localised version will make World of Warcraft accessible to an even wider audience.”

 

World of Warcraft has steadily grown in popularity around the world since its initial launch in North America, Australia and New Zealand in November 2004. The game’s content and player population continued to expand in 2005, with subsequent launches in Korea, Europe, China, Singapore and the regions of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. In Europe, World of Warcraft is operated by a dedicated local team of more than 450 Blizzard employees representing 22 different nationalities.

For more information on World of Warcraft, please visit the game’s official website at www.wow-europe.com.

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