We want Warcraft IV!

In 2002 Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos was released...It quickly sold millions and became the most popular Blizzard game ever and it is still played by thousands of players. Warcraft III gave us a campaign with great storyline,characters 4 different races and beatiful cinematic cutscenes. It also gave us amazing multiplayer experince. Not only classical versus matches whit other players and great clan support, but also world editor that helped people to create their own multiplayer games, like many different versions of tower defense, Darwin's Island, Uther's Party and most famous of them all Defence of the Ancients, DOTA. It became game all of it's own and actually got it's very own game in the form of resently released PC-game Demigod. In 2003 Warcraft III: Frozen Throne offered another amazing singleplayer campaing and continued the most intresting and impessive storyline ever created in RTS game. It made the game even better in every way and it's truly one the best expansions ever. Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos whit it's expansion Frozen Throne are true classic's, perfect example of how to create both wonderfull singeplayer and multiplayer experience. They and previous Warcraft games created the way for World of Warcraft. Everything in WoW is based on the story and the world, that Warcraft RTS-games created. Even though World of Warcraft is great experience, many Warcraft fans feel that the lore and story are going the wrong way in WoW or that the story can't really go on in MMORPG, not in the way it could in new Warcraft RTS title. We feel that it is time for Blizzard to return to it's roots and finally create a game that could once again amaze us in every way possible. For short, we want Warcraft IV!

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