World of Warcraft Classic will be released on 27th August

Posted by cheappointssale on August 7th, 2019

World of Warcraft fans who remember the original iteration of the game — or are ready to experience it for the first time — can jump in on August 27. World of Warcraft: Classic will be included for all World of Warcraft subscriptions. It’s set to roll out in stages that slowly introduce all of the appropriate raid content to allow for a similar endgame to the original progression of the game.

If you want to claim the name you used back in the day, Hight says there will be a sign-up period a “couple weeks” ahead of launch that will allow you to claim up to three names. A closed beta is set to begin tomorrow – sign-ups are available on the official site, and a series of stress tests will follow. WoW Classic is built from the modern client, with features stripped back and removed to match the original 1.12 patch. Post-launch, additional content – from Blackwing Lair to Naxxramas – will roll out in phases in an effort to preserve the original power curve. If you are in need of cheap World of Warcraft Classic Gold, come to, where you can enjoy the cheapest price online and 3% off with a coupon code “RVGM”.

If you’re of a mind to spend a whole lot more money on your WoW Classic experience, you can opt for a new collector’s addition. It’ll feature bonus mounts – Alabaster Stormtalon for the Alliance, and Alabaster Thunderwing for the Horde. You’ll also get a large, lovely Ragnaros statue to stand guard over your desk.

World of Warcraft Classic will indeed be getting updates to roll out newer features over time, though it’s not yet clear if it’ll be getting full-on expansion add-ons. Blizzard will be keeping an ear to the community to see just how far the resurrection of Vanilla game will go. But the consensus seems to be that fans would be happy to see the game reach its third, hugely popular expansion pack, Wrath of the Lich King.

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