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November 3, 2009

Changes coming for 'World of Warcraft' players

Posted: 12:45 PM ET

"World of Warcraft's" 11.5 million players will soon need a new way to get to Azeroth.

Blizzard Entertainment, maker of the popular computer fantasy game, is requiring subscribers to sign up for the game through its gaming network, Battle.net, by November 11.

Current players of WoW, as the massively multi-player online role-playing game is informally called, have until then to create new Battle.net accounts. After that, the fantasy universe of Azeroth will be closed to them.

Battle.net offers a centralized account system that lets players manage all their Blizzard Entertainment games, including "World of Warcraft," in one place without having to remember multiple logins.

The upgraded Battle.net service is expected to merge many features that Blizzard plans to use in the future while helping players keep track of current games, opt in to beta tests and communicate more easily with each other.

"We really wanted to bring the Blizzard community together," said Rob Pardo, executive vice president of game development at Blizzard. "Our fans are more than just WoW fans. They are fans of Blizzard."

Pardo said impetus for the changes started with the company's plans for "StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty," a science fiction game set for release in 2010.

"The biggest thing for players will be the cross communication," Pardo said. "It will allow players to talk to others across the realm and across games."

Pardo also said the upgraded Battle.net system will offer better security for WoW players, some of whom have been victimized by thieves who infiltrate accounts.

Battle.net's authenticaton tool produces a unique, one-time code that gamers must use in addition to their password. The code can be obtained from a fob purchased from Blizzard or as an app downloaded to a mobile phone.

"Most players lose their account info by giving away passwords through phishing sites. Our mobile authenticator will assure security even if you lose your log-in and password," Pardo said.

- Larry Frum, for CNN

Filed under: video games


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white wombat   November 3rd, 2009 1:02 pm ET

i agree i think you should bring the WoW community together and do more updates and stuff. But i dont think you should make players find another way to Azeroth keep it the same and dont change it. The way you have is easy and simple just takes awhile i think you should just speed it up.


Isayit'ssteam   November 3rd, 2009 2:32 pm ET

Looks like a Steam to me!


cody   November 3rd, 2009 2:43 pm ET

i agree with white wombat but u should atleast give players a little longer time before they have to make a change.


AB   November 3rd, 2009 3:13 pm ET

battlenet on diablo and diablo II was secure LOL.


Capt Obvious   November 3rd, 2009 3:43 pm ET

Well it's kinda the same as is. I merged my account when they first offered it a couple weeks ago and the only thing that has changed so far is just the username whenever you log into wow. Instead of having your traditional username, you have to enter your Battle.net account info which is your e-mail address. No biggy. Really don't think it's that big of a deal as in annoyances but it definitely is a positive step forward to bringing the whole community together. Good work Blizzard!


Daniel   November 3rd, 2009 4:45 pm ET

Really now – changing peoples usernames to their EMAIL ADDRESS. That's super secure, because its not like thousands of spammers and former friends dont have access to this information.

Smooth move Blizzard, I cant wait to see the outcome of this move.

Oh, and the Blizzard Authenticator is an option that was available before this move, for $6.95. Its not an added feature just for battlenet.

$6.95 x 11 million accounts? You do the math.


Wrel   November 3rd, 2009 5:25 pm ET

This article is written as if this 'change of account' is something that is of major impact. You create a Battle.net account, register your World of Warcraft account to your Battle.net account and that's that. You now log in with that account. Big deal.

@ Cody: Blizzard has been telling people this for months now that by Nov 11th they were required to have a Battle.net account. They have had plenty of time, and the whole process takes about 2 minutes to complete so there's no real excuse.

@AB: Diablo and Diablo 2 were nothing at all like World of Warcraft. Diablo characters were stored clientside. WoW characters are stored serverside. You could hack Diablo to crap and play it, sure. But you can't hack you WoW toon when it's not even stored on your computer.


AB   November 3rd, 2009 6:07 pm ET

actully the server was hacked about 2 to 3 months ago and alot of char passwords were taken from my server Kael'thas and other servers.Me mentioning diablo is me just saying I have little trust on Blizz security ideas. The authenticator is a good idea but IMO it should be provided with the game. I mean the 15 dollars a month should go to profits yes, but it should also go to security upgrades (authenicators) and server upgrades.


Tyler   November 3rd, 2009 7:26 pm ET

@Daniel

Blizzard has stated SEVERAL times that the Authenticator costs are offset by the material to create them and shipping. They are not making ANY profit from authenticators.


Jason   November 3rd, 2009 8:43 pm ET

FYI, the Battle.net account has been available for ~6 months.

The fact that it wil be required has been posted at the logon screen for at least a month.

It took me less than 5 minutes to make the switch myself.


Robbie   November 4th, 2009 5:10 am ET

Anyone who tried to get the Mountain Dew pet changed to battle.net entry anyway. So for the most part, everyone I know had already changed months ago. And every day it has been posted on the entry screen. At least for the last two and a half weeks (right before All Hallows Eve) when I started logging back in.


atarispy   November 4th, 2009 7:00 am ET

The great part about a one time generator fob is
the battery dies in like 6 months and you have to buy it all over,
until you get that new fob you cannot login.
It is so secure sometimes even you can not login!!!


Dom   November 4th, 2009 7:48 am ET

hey now, I like steam. didn't when it first came out and I had to connect to counterstrike through it but now they have worked out their issues and I actually enjoy it. I bought GTA 4 and recently left4dead through it.


Deven   November 4th, 2009 10:38 am ET

Interesting but there could be a serous outbreak of un-happy players beucause they can't take 5 minutes out of there no lifes to change it😛


D   November 4th, 2009 12:33 pm ET

i find it rather silly that Bilzzard spent all this time/effort/money trying to force us all into battle.net when in game has many more issues. It now takes over 3 days to get any problem addressed on my server.


Jeff   November 4th, 2009 2:29 pm ET

@Tyler

With any monthly service charge that is lower then the material and shipping cost there will break even point, after which almost everything collected is profit. Not to mention reduced support staff costs for having to deal with hacked accounts in investigating and restoring lost items/characters. A lot of companies realize the saving in support more then offsets the cost of the key cards/dongles and offered them for free. At most there should be a one time charge for any hardware requried.


j   November 4th, 2009 4:56 pm ET

this change is great once in place everyone will be able to chat with people from different realms and send mail to different realms also the cross realm hero daily can be done with this. wow.com ftw


Russ   November 4th, 2009 5:08 pm ET

Maybe Blizzard should institute a whiney gamers fee, they could get rich off that.


Undo   November 4th, 2009 5:16 pm ET

Pointless article is pointless. We all knew about this, not anything new.


Sean   November 4th, 2009 5:42 pm ET

After several years of playing, I upgraded my login to the new Battle.net system and not two weeks after my account was hacked.


Bootsand   November 4th, 2009 5:58 pm ET

This'll be a great change... especially with the authentication aspect, as not everyone can afford an authenticator keychain right now.

But yeah, just like steam and NCSoft's launcher.


Tabularasa Tan server   November 4th, 2009 10:56 pm ET

Come on poeple the move takes 5 mins and you even get a free pet
( be it a creepy little penguin ) but it's free, Also on the key gens my girlfriends acc. was getting hacked all the time about 3 months ago so she got one and it's stoped it's 6.95 and no shipping or tax (omg no supermeal for the raid)


paul   November 4th, 2009 10:57 pm ET

I think they should include an authenticator in every boxed copy of the expansion they sell.

they should also force all accounts to be bound to one.

once that is done any "hacked account" is an account shared within the household. Key logging would be worthless for WoW accounts.

the amount of gold gold sellers can accumulate through hacked accounts would be 0.

Powerleveling services? done. out of business.


Jay   November 5th, 2009 4:28 am ET

What's the problem here? Are you all that lazy? It takes 2 min to go to battle.net and attribute your WoW account to a battle.net account then you just use your email address as your login. You spend countless hours in WoW itself but you can't spend 2 min to do this??? The ultimate in laziness, lazy lazy lazy lazy, and if you can't figure out how then take your computer back to the store and tell them there's a problem, the problem is that you're too stupid to own one!


Josh   November 5th, 2009 9:47 am ET

This is just a way of keeping people from trading or selling WoW accounts. Once all of your logins are the same, you won't want to sell WoW because you'd also lose the rest of your registered game.

I gave away my account last month after not playing much over the previous 9 months. It's just recycled content now with new color schemes.


Bigdog   November 5th, 2009 4:45 pm ET

It's any easy change. There is no reason to extend the deadline. People complain about security being weak but they do not want to make a simple change. It takes no time at all and the only thing that changes is your login name being your email as default. It doesn't slow anything down and it doesn't make the game itself any less stable. Stop being lazy and stop whining. Jay has it right, 2 mins, your account is merged, it's done, and you go on playing.


David   November 6th, 2009 8:35 am ET

I love how nobody raises the point that the new system is actually less secure, more prone to compromise. By requiring you to use your registered E-mail address as your user ID, Blizzard is opening the door to even more abuse. Add in the fact that passwords are not case-sensitive, and you have a security nightmare ready to happen.

Anyone who plays WoW, please go to the official suggestions board and either make or find and bump a demand for case-sensitive passwords. Blizzard should give us a level of security that just about every other online passworded application out there has by default.


Wow is No WOW   November 6th, 2009 10:49 am ET

I have five Characters ALL maxed out in levels and I am BORED with Wow. have NOT played in a couple of Months. I want them to Come up with an additional 20 LEVELS. Blizzard is treating Us all like we are expendable.


Wizzerd   November 6th, 2009 11:22 pm ET

The Authenticator is optional and free if you download it for your mobile phone.


Indiana Pagan   November 6th, 2009 11:35 pm ET

Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) has been offering a one-stop package for some time to their gamers. Personally, I love paying one fee a month for access to multiple games, and having everything in one place.

But, on the other hand, my previous experiences with Blizzard–and WoW–really make me wonder how smart, how safe, and how secure any of this is for their gamers.


Goodbye WoW   November 7th, 2009 2:39 am ET

Been playing for 4 years and I too have finally gotten bored with it. Not only do they need some new content -Thats NEW content, not the same ol grind stuff- but WoW also needs a visual overhaul. It's graphics are severely dated. Thanks Blizz for a great game (seriously) but enough is enough. The same old grind has finally lost its luster and besides, you've gotten plenty of my money. I'll find something else to do while waiting for another Star Control or Wing Commander game on the PC...something worthy of my 9800gx2.


RandomNeko   November 7th, 2009 4:00 am ET

The offer to merge was out before they decided to force players to do so.

The option for mobile phone is a great idea. However it is not offered for my droid on T-mobile as of now. I paid the 6.95 for my authenticator and I like the idea that my account is now that one step more secure. obviously case senstitive passwords would make things alot better but I can take it one step at a time.

Was the phone version of the authenticator free? I can't remember but it would be good for anyone moaning about 6.95 to look up that option.

The idea of cross server chatter is intriguing. maybe we can have cross server premades?


Brian   November 8th, 2009 1:14 pm ET

My God, you would think Blizzard was asking for their first born. It's a game people. Don't like the game, stop playing. I love WoW, but OMG the community is full of some of the biggest whiners. If this change makes you upset, you should probably take a step back and prioritize your life. I would hate to see how some of these people would react if they got in a minor car accident. Life's too short to let adding a domain name to the end of your logon cause this sort of backlash.


Brian   November 8th, 2009 1:23 pm ET

This is for "Wow is No Wow". Blizzard treats you like your expendable because you are. In case you didn't read the first half ot he article, they have "11.5 million" subscribers. You maxed 5 characters and gave them a bunch of your money. Anything else after that is gravy. If your new to the game, WoW is awesome. Been playing forever, then its ok to get bored and play a different game. Blizzard expects that. Always rememebr, Blizzard is a company. They're not here to give it away. If you where in their shoes, you wouldn't give it away either. BTW... you'll be back. They always come back.


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Polly T   November 8th, 2009 5:39 pm ET

I've just returned to WoW after a 7 month lay off and man I'm happy that I did! Roll on cataclysm


saintchris   November 8th, 2009 6:35 pm ET

i have the authenticator and love it. i have been hacked twice and that is what drove me to obtain the authenticator. it is easy to get your account updated to the battle.net. i have played wow since the beginning and what makes it fun and what still drives me to play, is the people i play with.


Anex   November 10th, 2009 9:25 am ET

The change was no big deal, it barely took up any of my time and I got an ugly in game pet for it *shrug*, To be honest I changed to battle.net a while back after a friend got hacked (the flash keylogger that hit many a while back). The people who hacked his account migrated it to a battle.net account and he didnt even know till he read an email saying he had migrated.
I decided to migrate myself before someone decided to do it for meO_o


Jake Talahan   November 10th, 2009 1:28 pm ET

I recently had my account hacked. Due to being part of the battle.net system, my login was the same as the email Blizzard sends notifications to. Yes, the password to my email and my battle.net account were the same – big mistake.

The hackers deleted the emails referencing the account change. I know this because they forgot to empty the trash – so when I checked them, I found them.

This exposes a big security flaw in this system. Honestly, who doesn't have many of their non-critical passwords the same? How many are willing to keep a book ( a security flaw in itself, if an offline one ) of their logins and passes? How many, like me, are married and multiple people logging in causes even more confusion and the need for uniformity?

I like the battle.net idea, especially the ability to talk cross realm in my particular case. Still, battle.net should not use emails as logins – emails are certainly required, but using something else – a login name, code, whatever, would be a more ideal solution.


Ark   November 10th, 2009 4:55 pm ET

To Jake Talahan:

Only a moron has the same id and password for their email account and their battlenet account. You yourself caused your account to be less secure.

Get the security authenticator. You won't regret it.

The new BattleNet is great. I always have multiple copies of Blizzard games because the whole family plays. No more will I have to figure out which CD ID I used on which computer so we can all play. I can now tie them to a battlenet account instead.


-   November 10th, 2009 9:14 pm ET

@Wrel

Diablo 2 did not store online characters client side. They did however give you, the gamer, plenty of options. If you wanted to play on the internet with a character that you created for singleplayer, that option was available. As you mentioned this allowed for manipulation of these files as they were stored clientside.

However Diablo 2, as an online game, stored no character files client side. This difference was refereed to as "Closed Battle.net" & "Open Battle.net". Diablo 2 now is just as hackable as WoW. I botted for four years on WoW, and I used MH/Bots on Closed Diablo 2. In an effort to prevent hacking with ALL of their games Blizzard has since implemented Warden, their anti-hack program.

As for Diablo 2 being similar to WoW, its not worth my breath to list these similarities. Because you've shown you're not familiar with Diablo 2 enough to understand them.

Ignorance is not bliss, so how about a little more research before you open your mouth next time.


Mark C   November 11th, 2009 1:30 am ET

**** "Oh, and the Blizzard Authenticator is an option that was available before this move, for $6.95. Its not an added feature just for battlenet. $6.95 x 11 million accounts? You do the math." ***

Uh, yeah brainiac, I just did the math, and since it doesn't cost a dime to join BattleNet, the answer I get is $ZERO times 11 million accounts = ZERO.


Jason   November 11th, 2009 6:42 pm ET

Re: Goodbye WoW

You've been playing for 4 years, and just now are starting to grow bored.

Tell me one other game that's held your attention that long? Halo, GTA, EQ, anything?


Goodbye WoW   November 11th, 2009 9:52 pm ET

Re: Jason

I'm afraid I can't name one. Like I said, they made a great game! Sure I still go back and occasionaly play the ones you've mentioned but no, nothing has gripped me as consistently as WoW. I'm sure I'll miss it from time to time. (I haven't yet and I didn't leave on a sour note or anything) but I'm also confident that something greater is coming. (Don't ask me what, I have no idea but it's coming!) Blizzard has had a good run. Now give WoW a visual makeover or give us something new entirely!

Cmon Blizzard, Activision, or EA give us a great space RPG!! Even if that means reviving one of the old great ones as mentioned in my earlier post.


ab   November 16th, 2009 4:51 pm ET

I was wrong, battle.net is great. You are all wrong about the categorized municipalities of the fireplace at Trisfal Glades Inn. They have a mediocre turn down service and there elven massages don't offer a happy ending.


Poopoocahoo   November 16th, 2009 4:58 pm ET

@ ab, you're nuts, no ones about the secret portal in the fireplace in Menthil Harbor. May the worlds collide and the demons wreak havoc on your wooden ship of Taurens. Taura loo, taura la, la la loo, fra, fra fra. Gnomes need to breed with Elves. That is the only way to fix the buggy problems in WOW. WOW, really, wow, yeah.


Avrailer   February 2nd, 2010 11:37 am ET

So yeah as a gamer myself i say wow is a great mmorpg. I play Dark Age of Camelot (lvl 50th shar vampiir dem spec). I love video games and have been playing since the age of 6. many games deserve to be recognized and this game iis great even if it has some minor setbacks look at the game and the success of it.


Brooklyn   February 3rd, 2010 12:12 pm ET

I am also a hard cor gamer. and you are right avriler many games deserve to be reconized even the small games because all video games on every consle plays a big part to the video game industary. and yes wow is a awsome game even with a few monor glitches. go WOW nice comment avrailer.😉


gamEr   February 3rd, 2010 3:35 pm ET

so Brooklyn you think your sooooooo good what lvl are you have YOU faced that mr. t guy i bet you cant last 2 min. on him but any way i need more ground to roam in so lets get this party started LOL hey Avrailer hope you last this time


Avrailer   February 4th, 2010 5:51 pm ET

gamEr your funny but I wish you would’ve asked me that after all…

Name: Avrailer
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gamEr   February 4th, 2010 6:02 pm ET

you've got me at Dark Age of Camelot but for WOW hers mine

Name: lil' game
Race: high elf
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Armor Class: make it
wepons: make it

you want it i might have it but at a price
what else you got b*tch


Brooklyn   February 5th, 2010 9:57 am ET

Thank you avrailer for the back up but i thing GamEr is all talk. say gamEr look me up online on WOW my screen name is Yabbermouth lokk me up and then talk ill see you there.


Brooklyn   February 5th, 2010 12:40 pm ET

avrailer i forgot to tell you i want you to look me up online ok. ill see how good you really are as in good compotition ok buddy. later j.duggan


gamEr   February 5th, 2010 3:03 pm ET

why dont you tell all the readers what you are and what creature you play and stad up for your self Brooklyn


gamEr   February 5th, 2010 5:50 pm ET

so Avrailer Brooklyn i challange you to a tag team you 2 verse me and my buddy i'll throw up 22,00 gold and a wepon of your choice do you ACCEPT


gamEr   February 5th, 2010 5:54 pm ET

and to add i'll be listing to "corn coming undone"


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Alex   November 4th, 2011 11:58 am ET

Well it's kinda the same as is. I merged my account when they first offered it a couple weeks ago and the only thing that has changed so far is just the username whenever you log into wow. Instead of having your traditional username, you have to enter your Battle.net account info which is your e-mail address. No biggy. Really don't think it's that big of a deal as in annoyances but it definitely is a positive step forward to bringing the whole community together. Good work Blizzard!

Keep us updated about news changes!

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