After months of hypothesis round World of Warcraft: Shadowlands coming to consoles, a consultant from Blizzard instructed Polygon that the developer has “no plans” to carry the MMO and its new enlargement to console. But that doesn’t imply it’s going to by no means seem.
When the World of Warcraft: Shadowlands alpha first started earlier this 12 months, gamers datamined controller help. This function initially made gamers surprise if the MMO would make the soar to consoles as nicely. Blizzard released a statement on its boards, stating the gesture was to assist enhance World of Warcraft’s accessibility, and let gamers use controllers with out downloading an add-on.
But a latest ranking in Brazil kicked up more speculation about World of Warcraft on consoles.
On Monday, Gematsu tweeted that Blizzard obtained a ranking for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands for each Xbox Series X and PC on the Brazil Ministry of Justice’s ranking web site. But this ranking was an error, in response to Blizzard.
“We at the moment haven’t any plans to carry World of Warcraft or Shadowlands to Xbox Series X,” a consultant from Blizzard instructed Polygon. “The platform was listed on the Brazil Ministry of Justice rating website in error, and the entry has since been updated to reflect that the game is coming only to PC.”
While Blizzard’s assertion doesn’t verify that World of Warcraft, Shadowlands or in any other case, will by no means come to consoles, it definitely sounds just like the MMO received’t make the transfer when Blizzard launches Shadowlands later this 12 months.