World Of Warcraft's Chinese Relaunch Sees Government-Mandated Content Changes

World of Warcraft in China has seen some six weeks of downtime as government regulators process their approval of the transition to operator NetEase. It's in the midst of a partial return in the form of a free to play closed beta.

But an online game-focused consumer site,, has captured some screenshots that show that WoW in China may not be quite the same as it ever was.

An official content review from Chinese Government entity the General Administration of Press and Publication (GAPP) that concluded on July 22nd resulted in a number of changes to Blizzard's popular MMO to allow it to restart.

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