by Matthew Rossi https://www.mmogah.combloggers/matthew-rossi/rss.xml"> on Apr 28th 2010
Do you want to talk to your friends even if they're on other servers, or the opposite faction on your server? Well, Blizzard aims to make http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=24401797086&sid=1&pageNo=1#10">that possible via Battle.net, and it's coming before Cataclysm.
Zarhym - Re: Cataclysm Friends List Idea
This is exactly what we are working on implementing with Battle.net and real-life friends. You'll be able to add friends at the Battle.net account level and talk to them while in-game whether they're on the opposing faction, a different realm, or another Blizzard game entirely. This is coming prior to Cataclysm.
Q u o t e:
Please tell me that people will not be able to "friend" me without my consent. I don't care to be tracked across servers and factions except by a couple people I know IRL.
The real surprise for me is that people playing, say, StarCraft II or Diablo III will be able to chat with people playing World of Warcraft via their Battle.net accounts. It's a definite extension of their https://www.mmogah.com2010/02/09/battle-net-preview-real-id/">Real ID program mentioned during the StarCraft II preview, and I'm even more surprised that it's going to be out before Cataclysm ships. I know that even if I don't play http://us.blizzard.com/diablo3">Diablo III (which is unlikely, how will I be able to resist the barbarian?), being able to talk to the various friends I have across six servers will be a positive boon for me.
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