The perfect expansion for Warcraft 3, we are told. But by no means endorsed by Warcraft developer Blizzard - this is completely unofficial. Whether Blizzard are happy with this remains to be seen, but it can't be a bad thing, as anything that expands the sublime Warcraft universe deserves commendation.
The plot of Warhazard is in similar vein to that of which it's inspired by: gloom engulfs the country and demons arise in the cover of foggy valleys. The time of heroes returns, as players lead the sword of nemesis through battles into an unimaginable adventure.
Blurb aside, Warhazard basically delivers four new campaigns for the series, as well as a collection of new multiplayer maps and game modes. It also brings with it new units and items, and also a new Level Up system, which rewards an active player with more skill points. A role-play campaign places players in charge of a party with several heroes, as they explore mystical worlds in the search for the holy artefact.