Crowd Shout From BlizzCon 2014 Is Hidden In The Warcraft Trailer

Crowd Shout From BlizzCon 2014 Is Hidden In The Warcraft Trailer

Remember the moment when last year, director Duncan Jones recorded Alliance and Horde war cries in the audience for the Warcraft movie? The Alliance one is already in the first trailer.

It’s not easy to find it due to the music and the sounds effects, but it’s right there.

But first, here’s the moment from last year’s BlizzCon when director Duncan Jones and Chris Metzen ask the audience for loud “For the Alliance!” shouts. (at the 44:53 mark)

And here it is in the movie trailer, cropped out by YouTuber Tolkfan so we can hear it clearly:

We now just have to wait for the movie to find the “For the Horde” shout.


  • It’s a cool little easter egg/thank you for the mega fans. Is it amazing or unbelievable…Maybe for a fan, but for a normal person who played Rigi-Wow, loved it, then lost interest because of more entertaining games and working at the time on the concept that is now my own design studio. It now dawns on me there is a very specific type of person that sticks to WoW (not to generalise too much). I won’t go any further because this is after all the internet, WoW is loved by about 5 million active members or something, with god knows how many that like games by Blizzard or spin offs of Warcraft in general, and there need to some how defend the developers every game regardless if they play it or not on the basis of the absolute admiration or fandom and becomes a distinct distraught emotional attachment to something that exists within the digital world…I mean, I’m getting real deep into gaming and internet psychology and a little off on a tangent. But I digress, graphically, aesthetically, it looks like a visual effects master piece that may pick up a few awards, that ain’t just related to some gaming website, internet or pop culture related media center and have statuer in the industry Activision clearly wants to invade…Activision Blizzard, trying to chase that Gold Oscar!

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