As of now, players can pre-purchase the World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth Standard Edition or the Digital Deluxe Edition.
One of the coolest perks of pre-purchasing Battle for Azeroth is that you can try out one of the four new playable Allied Races, which were first referenced in Legion.
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Battle for Azeroth is set to be the next big expansion since Legion and will see both the Alliance and the Horde, who previously came together to take down the Legion, at logger-heads once again, however this time they're seeking the help from several allies to become the true victors of Azeroth. By completing quests and earning reputation you can unlock the Void Elves, the Lightforged Draenei, the Nightborne or the Highmountain Tauren and run through the game as that race.
If you are looking to unlock a Heritage Armor set for your new character, you must level that character up from 20 to 110 without any outside influence like faction/race changing, and the Recruit-A-Friend program. Once the race is available, players can then create their new character, and these new races will begin at level 20. Available from Blizzard's online store, the preorder comes in two flavors, with the standard edition securing the expansion alone, while the Digital Deluxe Edition includes a few extra in-game goodies. And finally, the Overwatch bonuses are Horde- and Alliance-themed voice lines for Torbjorn, along with emotes for Tracer. In Hearthstone, there's a new card back. You also get player icons for Kul Tiras and Zandalar; along with sprays featuring Anduin, Sylvanas, Jaina, and Varok Saurfang artwork.