Wrath of the Lich King Classic’s Phase 4 will most likely arrive this fall — specifically late September or early October.
Last week, Wrath of the Lich King Classic Phase 2 began, bringing with it pre-nerf Ulduar, Titan Rune dungeons, and the Argent Tournament grounds in Icecrown.
The Wrath of the Lich King Classic Phase 2 is now in full swing, which means all of the content is now irrelevant and the anticipation of Wrath Classic Phase 3 can begin! Okay, that first part is a joke (mostly), as Phase 2 contains Titan Rune Dungeons, the Ulduar raid, and Argent Tournament Grounds, giving players quite few activities to complete along with new achievements, gear, and other rewards to earn.
World of Warcraft Classic is officially wrapping up its first Season of Mastery on February 14, at which time players will be unable to enter Season of Mastery realms.
As of Wrath of the Lich King Classic Phase 2, the Argent Crusade moved in to the backyard of Icecrown Citadel and began the construction of the Crusaders’ Coliseum, bringing with it the Argent Tournament.
Like WoW Classic and Burning Crusade Classic before it, Wrath of the Lich King Classic starts at a late patch (3.3.5) in terms of balance and class changes, but game content will roll out over the course of five phases, as well as a prepatch interval I’m terming “phase zero.” It mimics the original game release to an extent, but there will be some items whose availability will be unlocked as well over the course of the phases.
Wrath of the Lich King Classic's second phase of content is bringing back some familiar, highly anticipated activities and while some of these won't arrive exactly as some players remember them, one aspect will be entirely new -- Titan Rune Dungeons.
Wrath Classic's second of five phases --launching today, January 17 -- is expected to bring content originally delivered in patch 3.1, including the Ulduar raid and the Argent Tournament Grounds, as well as Season 6 of PVP.
Wrath of the Lich King Classic has been live for a couple of months now, but players are already getting an XP boost to help them get up to level 80.
It's been a few months since Phase 1 of Wrath of the Lich King Classic went live, giving players the opportunity to complete Naxxramas, The Obsidian Sanctum, The Eye of Eternity, and Vault of Archavon as they journey through Northrend.