WoW add-on finally earns Chinese release
China's General Administration of Press and Publication has finally approved Blizzard's Burning Crusade add-on for World of Warcraft for release, despite doubts surrounding the MMO's future in the country.
Local operator NetEase last week applied for a license to release the expansion, new sign-ups to the online giant suspended as part of this process.
The Administration are also considering the Wrath of the Lich King add-on, but no license has been granted for this update yet.
Sign-ups for WoW are expected to re-open soon.
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