Things in the World Of Warcraft have been a bit rough for Horde players lately. In last week's "Warbringers: Sylvanas" trailer, Blizzard confirmed that Horde warchief Sylvanas Windrunner burned the killed innocent night elves by burning their "world tree" home.
This, as Polygon reports, set off a storm of anger among the WoW community, as many Horde players feel Sylvanas' actions do away with the "gray" morality of the Warcraft series and don't want to be associated with a faction that follows a plainly evil leader.
Some Horde players, according to Kotaku, have gone so far as to hide their shoulder armor in imitation of the "Old Soldier" trailer's Varok Saurfang, protesting Sylvanas' actions.
In the Easter egg, a male orc, "Travelling Warrior," talks in Orgrimmar with his son, "Traveling Son," about the events of the looming war. According to perculia, the two have the following conversations:
It's surprising to see an Easter egg double as such a touching commentary on World Of Warcraft's story events. I can't think of a better way Blizzard could have paid tribute to a great game like God Of War.
Before becoming a Game Informer intern, Camden worked as a freelance writer for ESPN Esports. Camden is studying multimedia reporting at the University of Missouri on a quest to become a full-fledged games journalist.