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Blizzard Unveils Neural Interface

Among the other hot news from Blizard today was a new way to interact with your account: the Neural Interface! Now you can play World of Warcraft with your mind! Just don this new headset and you’ll get the full sensory experience of playing World of Warcraft without having to use a controller, a keyboard, or anything but the power of your mind: it’s revolutionary! Neural Interface for use with your World of Warcraft account or account. This product comes with an exclusive in-game pet.
Experience World of Warcraft from a whole new perspective with the revolutionary Neural Interface! Harnessing the power of the human mind, the Neural Interface is a revolutionary new method to access World of Warcraft.
The first time you use the Neural Interface, it reads and adapts to your unique brainwave signature, forming a permanent and unbreakable bond, ensuring that all your senses are properly mapped to your character’s view of the game world. Once this neural link is formed, do not attempt to remove the Neural Interface for any reason. Blizzard Entertainment is not liable for any temporary or permanent loss of brain function as a result of improper use of the Neural Interface.

  • Play your World of Warcraft avatar with complete sensory input. Experience the sights, smells, and tastes of Azeroth as never before!
  • Simple and easy to use – Press one button on the side of the Neural Interface to generate permanent mental imprint. Setup of the Neural Interface is simple and takes only a few hours.
  • Mostly Unobstrusive – Take your Neural Interface wherever you play World of Warcraft and have the satisfaction of knowing that you will only receive a few questioning glances.
  • Tough and durable – Lasts for months, and replacement is theoretically possible.

Unfortunately, they are a little pricey at $14,999 USD, but there must be hot demand because the Blizzard Store is already sold out of them! Let’s hope they’re back in stock soon.

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