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Take WoWWiki wiki in-game!
Fresh from a partnership with Xfire, we are proud to announce that WoWWiki will serve as the default homepage on the in-game web browser for Xfire while playing WoW. That’s right, no more alt-tabbing, throw away your second monitor, close your laptop, put your pants back on... er, you get the picture. Check out Xfire's browser page for more details.
Been living in a cave and haven’t heard of ‘em? Xfire is the number #1 gaming application for PC gamers. In under 6MB, Xfire enhances a users gaming through in game chat, stat tracking and guild hosting. Xfire also allows users to live broadcast their gameplay, capture and upload in-game video and screenshots. Recently Xfire also went live with Pro Voice, which provides free server-hosted voice chat accessible in and out of game. So having Xfire with you in-game is pretty much like having MacGyver in your guild.
You may also notice the screenshot (right) shows Portal:Mobile - this is a new portal designed specifically for low powered devices.
- Doug 19:04, 1 May 2009 (UTC) and
- I don't get it. Do you mean WoWWiki will be the default homepage for people using the Xfire browser? Spectro87 (talk) 01:37, 2 May 2009 (UTC)
- Basically yup :) (Steam can provide similar overlay functionality, but it's not as advanced) 17:22, 3 May 2009 (UTC)
System Requirements Edit
From Download XFire...
- System Requirements
- PC with a Pentium Processor running Windows 2000, XP, or Vista
- 10 MB available hard drive space
- Desktop resolution of 800 x 600 at 256 colors
- Additional Requirements for Xfire In-Game
- DirectX 9.0c or higher
- Video Driver that supports DirectX 9.0c
- Note, this discussion has been moved from the village pump 12:39, 7 May 2009 (UTC)