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EU Connected Realm Updates for September 4

Anne Stickney
September 7, 2014
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Although we have yet to hear of any more updates for US Realm Connections, the list of EU realms slated for the Realm Connection service has been recently updated with new information and new realms in regards to upcoming dates for the service. For more information on Realm Connections, take a look at Blizzard's official blog post about the service and its features.

The following EU realms are scheduled for connection on Wednesday, September 10.

German Realms
  • Anub'arak and Nazjatar/Dalvengyr/Frostmourne/Zuluhed





The following realms don't currently have a date listed for connection. However, they are all due to be connected after the realms listed above -- likely in the following week.

English Realms

  • Bronzebeard and Aerie Peak
  • Blade's Edge and Vek'nilash
French Realms
  • Sargeras and Garona/Ner'zhul

The realms listed below are on the list of realms under consideration for the connection service, but at this time have no date scheduled.

English Realms
  • Kul Tiras and Alonsus
  • Doomhammer and Turalyon
  • Emerald Dream and Terenas
  • Steamwheedle Cartel and Moonglade/The Sha'tar
French Realms
  • Vol'jin and Chants éternels
  • Kael'Thas and Arak-arahm/Throk'Feroth/Rashgarroth

If you're on a low-population realm, but not on the above list, keep in mind that realm connections are an ongoing process, and you may see your realm added to the list over the next several weeks. Also keep in mind that planned connections may change at any time, but Blizzard will keep us updated on changes -- realms may be added or removed from the list at any point in time. For the full list of all EU realms that have been connected so far, check the official forum thread.











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