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EU Connected Realms update released

Anne Stickney
December 12, 2013
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An update to the EU realm connections has been released with the successful completion of patch 5.4.2. Several new realms are now slated for connection, and although no official date has been released for the connections, they should begin next week according to the post. Players on the realms listed should expect a little downtime in the near future, and a bunch of new players to hit the scene shortly after for raiding, guilds, and a heftier auction house.

While the list is somewhat short, it includes English, French, Spanish and German realms. Read on for the full list -- and if you have any questions regarding the Connected Realms process, Blizzard has an official blog post that explains the process in full.


Takralus
Updated 12/12

Hey all, now that patch 5.4.2 is live we will be continuing with our realm connections, beginning next week. Below you will find the latest realms we hope to connect:

English Realms
  • (PvP) Aggra and Grim Batol
  • (PvP) Lightning's Blade and Karazhan
French Realms
  • (PvP) Arathi and Naxxramas/Temple Noir
  • (PvP) Ner'zhul and Garona
Spanish Realms
  • (PvE) Minahonda and Exodar
German Realms
  • (RP PvP) Das Syndikat and Die Arguswacht
To see a list of all realms connected so far, see our other forum post.

We'll provide updates on the next batch of realm connections as they're available. For more information on Connected Realms, please read the preview blog post here.













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