Seems like gaming documentaries are all the rage (see what we did there?) these days. Not that we’re complaining, though – we love ‘em!
This time it’s Blizzard Entertainment’s World of Warcraft (WoW) that’s joining the bandwagon after Dota 2 and League of Legends’s (LoL) own documentaries premiered earlier this year.
Titled World of Warcraft: Looking for Group, the documentary will make its debut at BlizzCon 2014 in California, United States this weekend.
Here’s the trailer for it.
The documentary will streamed live from BlizzCon 2014 tomorrow, Nov 9, at 11am local time. Click here to watch it.
You definitely wouldn’t wanna miss it if you’re a fan of WoW as the documentary, in conjunction with the game’s 10-year anniversary, will highlight the success of the game through insightful interviews with its fans, creators and even celebrities.
While we wait for the documentary’s premiere, though, check out these Dota 2 and LoL ones depicting the rise of e-sports around the globe. A word of advice: grab some tissues – we’re going on a feels trip.
Dota 2’s Free to Play:
LoL’s 3-part series: