I never played World of Warcraft but I always loved the WoW commercials. So I put together ten of the most funny and entertaining ads with not breaks or announcements. Watch and enjoy! What’s your #1?
The video includes:
1. Mr. T aka Lawrence Tureaud promoting the Mohawk Grenade (What’s your game?)
2. Mr. T promoting his Knight of Mohawk, being interrupted by the director (What’s your game?)
3. Chuck Norris as a hunter with some Chuck Norris facts – we can be grateful, in the end he approves the game (Watch your game!)
4. WoW and Mountain Dew in the supermarket with two women fighting each other – as a Night Elf with the Alliance and an Ork from the Horde (Choose your game)
5. Mr. Bean aka Rowan Atkinson dancing to the music of Boombastic (Mr. Lover Lover) from Shaggy
6. Aubrey Plaza as an Ork, making a joke about the Ragefire Chasm (Ragefire is a dungeon located in Orgrimmar) / “Orkchasm” (I’m Aubrey Plaza and I’m an Ork)
7. Steven Van Zandt as a mafioso in the style of Robert De Niro (What’s your game?)
8. William Shatner / Captain Kirk as a shaman – I’m William Shatner and I’m a Shaman (What’s your game?)
9. Ozzy Osbourne from Black Sabbath as the Prince of Darkness – interrupted by the director with some f*** comments ((What’s your f****** game?)
10. Verne Troyer, famous for his role as Mini-Me in Austin Powers, as a Mage, Master of the Arcane
World of Warcraft (WoW) is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) released in 2004 by Blizzard Entertainment. It is the fourth released game set in the Warcraftfantasy universe. World of Warcraft takes place in Azeroth, approximately four years after the events at the conclusion of Blizzard’s previous Warcraft release, Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. There are expansion to the game: The Burning Crusade, The Wrath of the Lich King, Cataclysm, Mists of Pandaria, Warlords of Draenor, Legion, and Battle for Azeroth. With a peak of 12 million subscriptions in October 2010, World of Warcraft remains the world’s most-subscribed MMORPG, and holds the Guinness World Record. In January 2014, Blizzard announced that more than 100 million accounts had been created over the game’s lifetime.
And yes, you can play it for free at www.warcraft.com