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World of Warcraft patch 3.3 is live

After months of the Lich King terrorizing the lands of Azeroth, the time has come to see him fall. The new World of Warcraft patch, Fall of the Lich King, was released yesterday morning and has unveiled a new instance, the Icecrown Citadel. At it's heart lies Arthas, one of the games fiercest enemies. With the introduction of five new heroic dungeons, players will vie for glory in an attempt to dethrone the namesake of the latest WoW expansion.

With the Frostmourne blade at his side, the Lich King will not be a cakewalk by any stretch of the imagination. Expect to amass a raid group of 80 players to take on the 12 bosses inside. Several new achievements have been added, as well as some epic loot.

At a whopping 750mb, the patch not only comes with a new set of instances, but also a new dungeon system, tier 10 armor class, new quest features, and a myriad of character class tweaks. You can view all the patch notes on the official release.

Only a game like World of Warcraft could release a full blown trailer just for a patch. Take a look:



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