Related to a very popular game map for Warcraft III, Defense of the Ancients (DOTA).
Being a gamer myself I noticed this over on some gaming forums.
"But lets get down to the point - Back in 2009 Icefrog seemed different. His views and overall game development seemed off. One could say he was just
becoming lazy which wouldn't be much of a surprise considering he was making absolutely no money out of a simple downloadable map for Blizzard's
game, Warcraft III. Or we could go a step further and say that the Icefrog we knew was no more."
I could maybe see a hit order from Blizzard as the gaming industry is billions of dollars, but then again they have starcraft AND warcraft. Both of
those combined are a pretty damn big cash cow, but I see little evidence of the NWO in this althought the exact coordinates aare very intersting,
theres little more than that.
I agree with the coordinates, that is pretty weird, and honestly, it could be a coincidence, but who knows. My gut tells me its not, however there is
no way of knowing, and from what I could find, I don't see any connection with Blizzard, and the NWO. I hope some more information will come up on
this subject, because I am really interested now.
I have to agree it's probably just a reference and nothing more. They have tons of easter eggs like that and they've just gotten worse specially
with Cata. I think it's just our own mind wanting to see what we thing we see. But then again blizzard employees get a lot of hit and runs, there
was that lady last year hit an run.
I agree the co-ordinates are weird, but this is probably just an easter egg. If you take a look at the link below, you'll find icefrog is still alive,
and p*$$ing quiet a few people off by the sounds of things.
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