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World of Warcraft official game review

Submitted by geosmsho on Tue, 01/31/2023 - 09:19

Ahead of the first virtual BlizzCon, Blizzard casually revealed details of upcoming updates for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands and World of Warcraft Classic. The culprit was the Blizzard press site, where information about patches appeared earlier than necessary.
In February, it became known that game developers from the Blizzard company want to launch a classic version of the first add-on for World of Warcraft. It's called Burning Crusade Classic, and it will be available for free to all WoW subscribers. In general, it will remain almost the same as the original that was released in 2007, except for some minor improvements. In particular, this version will improve the process of finding players.

The add-on is hosted on a separate server. And very recently it became known when exactly it will be launched. It will happen on June 2. Switching to it will be voluntary, for this the developers will release a special update on May 18, thanks to which you can choose in advance where you want to stay.

When you go to the World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade server, you will be offered to make a copy of your character, but after that it will not be related to the original in any way. It will have to be pumped separately.
Players will have the opportunity to explore the lands of Outland in a new way, or for the first time feel what awaits them beyond the Dark Portal. Two "new" character classes will appear - Blood Elves and Draenei. In addition, all other content from the original game will appear, which will be added in parts to Classic. The WoW Classic expansion itself will be available for free to all World of Warcraft subscribers.

If players do not want to play Burning Crusade and all subsequent additions that will be added to the game, the developers have created separate servers for them, where you can continue to enjoy the original content of WoW Classic - Classic Era.