Blizzard Entertainment will discontinue sales of the Digital Deluxe Edition of World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria in "approximately one week," according to an announcement posted today on Battle.net.
The Digital Deluxe Edition, which launched alongside Mists of Pandaria exclusively in Blizzard's online store, will be retired "no sooner than March 10," according to Blizzard. Originally $59.99, you can purchase it while it lasts for $39.99 to get the expansion's full content plus an Imperial Quilen mount and Quilen pet, a Diablo 3 banner sigil and accent and StarCraft 2 portraits of the infested orc and the night elf Templar.
Mists of Pandaria, the fourth expansion to the massively multiplayer online role-playing game, launched Sept. 25, 2012. It introduced the pandaren race and their homeland, Pandaria, as well as the Monk class and more.
Last November at BlizzCon 2013, Blizzard unveiled the game's fifth expansion, Warlords of Draenor. Set in the ancient homeland of the orc and draenei races, the expansion will bring new animations, character models and raise the level cap to 100. Since its announcement, Blizzard also revealed that Warlords of Draenor will also bring a new, universal PvP toggle as well as spectator invites and skirmishes.
For more on Warlords of Draenor and Blizzard's attempt to answer questions and evoke nostalgia with it, be sure to read our interview with creative director Alex Afrasiabi.