You can now run WoW: Shadowlands on ARM64 devices

Teodor Nechita
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  • The announcement that World of Warcraft: Shadowlands supports ARM64 has just been made.
  • Users can test the new support, right away, in the Chains of Domination Public Test Realm (PTR).
  • It is quite expected by gamers that next in line will be the native Linux support for the game.
  • This adds up to the announcement where Adobe Photoshop has received the same support.

You can say goodbye to all the times you wanted to play World of Warcraft: Shadowlands on your Windows 10 ARM64 and not been able to.

This is now a thing of the past since the game now has support for Windows 10 ARM64 to the enthusiasm and happiness of game players.

Players can now test the ARM64 device in the Chains of Domination Public Test Realm (PTR) and are also invited to by Blizzard itself.

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands supports Windows 10 ARM64

Just a few hours ago Jeremy Sinclair announced on Twitter that World of Warcraft: Shadowlands has Windows 10 Arm64 support and the enthusiastic replies did not get too long before appearing.

In the WoW forum thread users are invited by the community manager to give feedback themselves on how the game performs on Windows 10 ARM64 devices

One desire that users continue to have and express is the need to have native Linux support for the game considering that even Windows 10 ARM64 has it.

The support for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands on your Windows 10 ARM64 comes along with the recent change, where Adobe Photoshop gained the same support for ARM64 devices.

What do you think about the recent added Windows 10 ARM64 support? Let us know in the dedicated section below your thoughts on the matter, we would love to hear them.

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