Will World of Warcraft's Patch 3.3 drop tomorrow? Let's hope so!

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Tomorrow could be a very big day for World of Warcraft fans. (And aren’t we all WoW fans?) Yes, players from Tokyo to Toledo, from London to Lima, are terribly excited about the possible release of the latest, and last, patch for Wrath of the Lich King. It’ll bring the game to version 3.3, and, more importantly, bring about the demise of Arthas. Boo, Arthas!

Right, well I mention this on the off chance that the patch might not even drop tomorrow—Blizzard has said it will release the patch provided there’s no last-minute glitches. No such glitches have been reported thus far, so it looks good from the outside looking in.

What can players expect? The big “get” is Icecrown Citadel, the final instance of Wrath of the Lich King. With this, players will link up with their guild mates to down the Lich King himself. (That’s the last “boss” of the game, if case you’re unaware.)

The downing of the Lich King brings an end to the storyline of the Wrath of the Lich King expansion.

Which means Cataclysm can’t be too far away…

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