Blizzcon 2018 kicked off with a few reveals including the release window for the long awaited World of Warcraft Classic. Blizzard announce that it will be making it’s way to Warcraft fans in Summer 2019.
World of Warcraft Classic Launches Summer 2019; WoW Subscribers Play Free
Fans of the early days of World of Warcraft have long awaited news on the release of World of Warcraft Classic, the closest thing to vanilla based on the Drums of War Patch 1.12 but comes with modern support and dedicated servers. Blizzard finally announces at Blizzcon 2018 that it will be releasing next year in Summer. They also share that World of Warcraft subscribers will be able to gain access to the game for free.
Those who are eager to test out what Classic has to offer can try the beta which comes with the Blizzcon virtual ticket. The beta will run from now until November 8th, 10am PDT. But players should note there is a 60 minute cooldown so that all players can access the beta.
World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is the latest expansion to release for WoW and is available to play on PC. Blizzcon 2018 takes place from November 2nd until November 3rd at the Anaheim Convention Center.
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