World of Warcraft Drops Support for Mac OS X Gamers with PowerPC Hardware – Softpedia

A post to the official Blizzard forums reveals that World of Warcraft will no longer be supported on Macintosh computers equipped with PowerPC processors, the change occurring in an upcoming patch scheduled for release …

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World of Warcraft Drops Support for Mac OS X Gamers with PowerPC Hardware – Softpedia

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