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World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic release date

World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic is now officially front and center after its announcement at BlizzCon 2021. To get more news about buy wow gold safe, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

While rumors had been swirling even before the release of WoW Classic's phase six content patch in December 2020, including the Vanilla release's final raid, Naxrammas, now that we've gotten an official announcement, there's now a lot more information about WoW Classic's first expansion.

Fortunately, we're pulling together all the latest World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic news, rumors, and more to make it easy to keep track of what's known, what's rumored, and what we'd like to see from the relaunch of one of the most beloved MMO expansions ever.

Ahead of BlizzCon 2021, a leaked press kit confirmed that World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic was going to be announced during the event and so it wasn't exactly a surprise when WoW Classic lead producer Holly Longdale made it official during the opening night of the event.

There are many in the WoW Classic community who wanted the classic servers to stay as they are with only the original Vanilla release's content as is. It seems like many more players want to reexperience The Burning Crusade, though, and Blizzard clearly wants to give these players what they want.

Blizzard surveyed World of Warcraft Classic players themselves about the future direction of the classic servers, including gauging interest in dedicated World of Warcraft Classic: The Burning Crusade servers, progressing existing Classic servers to The Burning Crusade expansion the same way the original Vanilla servers did, leaving everything as it is, and even a mix of several different options.

All this pointed to Blizzard trying to find a way to release World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic for those who want to play it. Given the money it will no doubt make by keeping Classic players' interest – and subscriptions – going, it's no surprise that Blizzard is going to keep the Classic experience going.

For those who want to keep their characters as they are and remain in the Vanilla Classic era, prior to Burning Crusade Classic's release, they will be able to decide whether to advance their characters to the Burning Crusade era with their realm or to continue on dedicated Classic (non-progression) servers. They will also have the option to copy a character over to a Classic server and let that character stay on a progression server, so that they could do both if those chose - though this last option would involve a fee of some sort.

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