The Gold Edition pack includes Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos and Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne.
Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos
After years of languishing in captivity, the remaining orcs on Azeroth were liberated by a former slave named Thrall. This young shaman and his reformed Horde fled to the continent of Kalimdor to escape the invasion of the Burning Legion, a demonic army that sought to ravage all of Azeroth. To weaken the world's defenses, the Legion unleashed a horrifying new weapon: the undead Scourge. Prince Arthas Menethil of Lordaeron fought bravely to protect his lands from this dreaded enemy, but his fear and desperation led him to join forces with the Scourge's mysterious leader, the Lich King. On Kalimdor, Thrall's Horde set aside old hatreds and united with other races to thwart a massive Legion assault helmed by the demon lord Archimonde. At great cost, the unlikely union of humans, night elves and orcs defeated their enemies atop sacred Mount Hyjal.
Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne
While the armies of humans, orcs, and their allies recovered from their battle against the Burning Legion, Arthas Menethil - now a Death Knight - slaughtered the living denizens of Azeroth's Eastern Kingdoms in the name of the Scourge. But new forces emerged that threatened to destroy Arthas and his minions: the banshee Sylvanas Windrunner rebelled, creating a splinter faction of undead known as the Forsaken, and the demon-tainted night elf Illidan Stormrage sent his armies to the icy continent of Northrend to strike at the Lich King. Arthas rushed to his master's defense and defeated Illidan, who fled to Outland in shame. At last close to the seat of the Scourge's power, Arthas did the unthinkable, and willingly merged his own spirit with that of the Lich King.
Windows XP / Windows Vista
400 MHz Pentium II or equivalent
8 MB 3D video card (TNT, i810, Voodoo 3, Rage 128 equivalent or better) with DirectX® 8.1 support
32 MB 3D video card
128 MB RAM
256 MB of RAM
700 MB available HD space
Multiplayer requires a low-latency, active Internet connection rated at 28.8 KBps+.
ok, so as a WoW fan I had to play this and there is no regret. I'm a Hordie to see the rise of Thralls horde was amazing the fall of Arthas was just a dream (Arthas favourite bad guy ever!) I'm not much for night elves but it was a good campaign everything was diverse you really felt tugged into the lore. totally worth playing even if not a WoW fan but its so lore-ful and enjoyable!