Blizzard has just dumped a big announcement on World of Warcraft Classic: WoW Classic, the retro re-release of WoW in its near-original state, will launch on August 27, 2019. Blizzard announced the release date alongside a nifty collector's edition, but you no need to wait until the summer to try out the game. The closed beta is starting on May 15. Participants will be selected from a small pool of existing WoW players. Subsequent stress tests will run regularly from May through July.
World of Warcraft Classic has released a demo in late 2018 to give fans a taste of what the wow classic will be. After that, there is not any updated news about the wow classic, so many wow fans are eager to know how development of the wow classic.
During the BlizzCoin 2018 convention opening ceremony, John Hight - Blizzard’s Executive Producer & Vice President revealed World of Warcraft Classic release date - it will come out on PC in summer 2019. No specific day was mentioned. Everyone with a World of Warcraft subscription will be able to access WoW Classic.
Blizzard announced in June this year that World of Warcraft: Classic will be based on patch 1.12 - Drums of War. A new Classic wow experience is on its way, and is set to offer long-term fans the chance at playing the Vanilla experience again. Classic servers will go live at the conclusion of opening ceremony on Nov 2, and player who has a virtual ticket will get access to the exclusive demo within the comfort of his own home.
Blizzcon 2017 has arrived, and MmoGah will be updating right here with the latest World of Warcraft news.
WoW Classic is back with an return to the past by Blizzard. Vanilla servers are in the works with much to be gained with this exciting release.
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