BlizzCon 2017: World of Warcraft Classic Announced

BlizzCon 2017: World of Warcraft Classic Announced

At BlizzCon 2017, Blizzard introduced World of Warcraft Classic. This is the vanilla model of World of Warcraft. What this implies is, followers will have the ability to play World of Warcraft because it initially launched, previous to its many updates and gameplay adjustments. There have been a number of third-party vanilla servers prior to now that Blizzard has shut down and World of Warcraft Classic seems to be the corporate’s approach of catering to its many followers who need an old-fashioned expertise.

No launch date or timeline has been given for World of Warcraft Classic apart from Blizzard saying it’s being labored on.


Also, Blizzard introduced Battle of Azeroth a brand new enlargement to World of Warcraft, which leaked prior through a New Zealand patent submitting.

“Conflict is at the heart of the Warcraft saga, and in Battle for Azeroth, tensions that have been simmering for a long time escalate into all-out war,” said Mike Morhaime, CEO and co-founder of Blizzard Entertainment said in a prepared statement. “World of Warcraft players are incredibly passionate about the characters and factions they identify with in the game, and this expansion will make them prouder than ever to declare their allegiance to the Horde or to the Alliance.”

Disclosure: Blizzard sponsored the correspondent’s flights and lodge for BlizzCon 2017.

Adapted From: Gadgets360

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