Dedicated World Of Warcraft Classic Player Levels Up Character Entirely Via Phone
Unless you've been trapped under a rock for the last week and have been forced to attempt to cut your own arm off in a grisly bid for freedom, you'll probably have noticed that World of Warcraft Classic has arrived on the scene, and has proven really rather popular.
The first few days after launch there were multiple reports that players were queuing for hours, both to get in the game, and then actually in-game as they waited in massive lines to accept and complete quests. This in turn led to a massive spike in Warcraft related Pornhub searches, as those desperate to get their hands on Classic decided to get their hands on themselves instead.
The latest WoW Classic news (via PC Gamer) is that one particularly dedicated fan who's been leveling up their priest character without ever going near their PC. Instead, reallybadpennystocks has been training up remotely, using his iPhone while, they claim, 100 miles away from their PC.
You can see it in action for yourself via this footage here. I certainly like the idea of being able to sneakily continue my adventures in Azeroth while at work, and it's actually entirely doable for you - yes you - too, if you feel so inclined.
All you need to do if you want to work on your best WoW self remotely is download the Steam Link app to play the MMOPRG on your phone. It works on Android and iOS, and you can find a full and thorough step-by-step guide right here.
Get it up and running, and before you know it you'll be called into the boss' office for a final warning because you keep sneaking off to the toilet with your phone to do some grinding with your dwarf mage. You'd be living the dream.
Just to be clear, I am kidding. If you have a boss you think might fire you for something like that, don't do it. Leveling up in a popular MMORPG is great and all, but being able to afford rent and food is even better.
Speaking of leveling up in WoW Classic,a player named Jokerd managed to be the first to hit level cap of 60 last weekend weekend, winning the World First Race to 60 event which was coordinated by Warcraft guild Method. It only took them 79 hours of grinding, and they didn't do any of it remotely. Sucker.
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