Blizzard is set to participate in the Taipei Computer Applications Show for the first time this summer.

Apparently, Blizzard is going to be a huge presence at the fair, taking up 150 booths, over ten percent of the total 1,100 booths.

Blizzard is using the show to highlight its next expansion to World of Warcraft, Warlords of Draenor, which will be available in Chinese.

Warlords of Draenor is the 5th expansion for WoW, and it takes players into the game universe’s past, when the orcs still lived on the world of Draenor before invading Azeroth. Apparently, Garrosh Hellscream manages to travel from the WoW present to the WoW past, stopping the orcs from being corrupted by the blood of Mannoroth, and forging them into the ‘Iron Horde” and conquering ancient Draenor, with the goal of invading modern Azeroth.

Several figures out of Warcraft’s past will appear, mostly orcs of course, but some draenei: Ner’zhul, Gu’ldan, Durotan, Velen, and Kargath will all show up.

Gameplay-wise, they’re raising the level cap from 90 to 100, and of course introducing new dungeons and raids, as well as a new raid difficulty tier, Mythic, the hardest of them all. Also, a new feature is being implemented: garrisons. It seems each character will be able to set up their own base to fortify and expand, and recruit their own army to face the Iron Horde. Each zone you unlock will offer choices for how you develop your garrison, with benefits both in the specific zone and at your home base. They’ll also affect what quests and zone content is available to you.

The Taipei Computer Applications Show will take place from July 31st to August 4th, while World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor will be released some time this fall, under Blizzard’s standard “it’ll be ready when it’s ready” philosophy.