Around this time last year, Blizzard introduced WoW tokens, items players could spend their hard-earned World of Warcraft gold on in order to gain more subscription time. Originally intended as a way to knee-cap gold sellers, the service has proved popular, enough to warrant an expansion in utility. Blizzard announced on Monday that players can use these tokens to not only buy more game time, but to purchase other products on the Blizzard store as well, including games like Overwatch and Diablo III. Each token is worth $15 USD, though how much gold you can get for it on the World of Warcraft auction house varies. Players can find more information in a FAQ included with the announcement.