World of Warcraft Players: Conquer Demon Bounties for a chance to win Legion Beta Key
Today, July 6th, World of Warcraft developer Blizzard launched a Twitter campaign advocating for players to vanquish specific demonic mobs and share a screenshot of the act for a chance to win a beta key for the upcoming Legion expansion.
The tweets began at 10:00 am UTC, with Dreadlords being the first demon to be hunted by players. Next, the Shivarra were put on Blizzard's bounty, an hour after Dreadlords. Most recently, Wrath Guards are the current demons needed to be decimated.
— World of Warcraft (@Warcraft) July 6, 2016
The campaign is receiving a lot of community participation, with a lot of players hoping to be some of the first players to experience World of Warcraft: Legion prior to the expansion's release next month on August 30th.
The latest expansion to the popular MMORPG adds the new area of the Broken Isles to Azeroth, raises the level cap from 100 to 110, and introduces the Demon Hunter hero class that starts the game at level 98. The expansion will initially include ten 5-man PVE dungeons, and two raids.