For World of Warcraft they showed off the new raiding dungeon Zul' Aman. It will be in the Ghost Lands, north of the Eastern Plaguelands. Zul' Aman is designed as a 10 man instance for those done with Karazhan. The Forest Trolls have infused themselves with animal gods and now they are half troll and half beast. A new loot system will have a time limit like the Baron Run in Undead Strat -- the faster you get through it, the better your loot will be. The Amani tribe who reside there have a new game mechanic called the scout who will call for more adds. For those wondering if there will be a return to 40 man raids, it's not in the cards. Tony Hsu, associate producer, says, "Currently we're very happy with the 25 man being the cap -- 10 man content as well."
As was already known, voice chat is in an upcoming patch and so are guild banks. A Blizzard rep says, "We're still trying to test it and evaluate how large it's going to be." Guild masters would be able to give permissions and assign who can access the bank.
StarCraft II? Nothing we didn't already know. Hsu says the thinking behind StarCraft II was, "To make a successor to the original game that's in the flavor of StarCraft, but adding new mechanics and tricks to how you know the game." He says players who have tested the game say it starts the same but feels different about ten minutes in.
That's it, Blizzard is saving it all for BlizzCon. Considering there are no more tickets available, be sure to check on Joystiq and WoW Insider at the time for our coverage. There were no dates for anything given ... what do you want? It's Blizzard.