World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth

Recruit A Friend returns to World of Warcraft

There are incentives to playing together and getting your buddies on board, including in-game rewards.

Subscribe to our newsletter here!

* Required field

World of Warcraft players have now got the Recruit A Friend program to enjoy once again, which is a "new-and-improved" version of RAF featuring fresh rewards for those who are feeling particularly sociable.

Just like the last version of RAF, this allows for teleportation to each other via Friend-to-Friend Summoning - featuring a 30-minute cooldown - and you'll even get 50% more experience when you're partied together with a buddy.

This new program lets you link up with 10 friends, and there are plenty of rewards to earn from this. Players new to the game and veterans who haven't bought game time in the past two years can get involved, and each time on recruit adds game time to their account, you'll earn progress to more rewards.

You can find the rewards here, and we can also expect a Party Sync feature which, when activated, aligns all party members to the same quest state and phase. The replay quest feature also allows those who have completed some quests to replay them with friends, with quests available to replay once per day.

Party Sync also allows you to adventure with a high-leveled character, adjusting your level to match with your friends. This even allows you to queue for Battlegrounds and dungeons in the appropriate level range.

To help coordinate all of this Blizzard has added an in-game panel for RAF, listing special activities for those in the program too. With this program you can generate a custom in-game link to send to your friends as well, making it easy to get them on board.

Are you pleased that Recruit A Friend is back?

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth

Related texts

World of Warcraft: Battle for AzerothScore

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth

REVIEW. Written by Clover Harker

"Horde and Alliance facing off against each other once more doesn't feel like a repetitive blast from the past but rather an intriguing dive into the unknown."

Loading next content