Is it time to admit that WoW Classic, despite being very popular at its launch, can't really do what it set out to do?
One of the more foolish decisions I made when picking a realm for WoW Classic was picking a PVP realm.
Blackwing Lair is one of the best raids, and also the most frustrating raids, that World of Warcraft has ever produced.
The existence of WoW Classic has me thinking about what's changed and what hasn't since 2004 when World of Warcraft came out.
With separate maintenance schedules and occasional down times, it's nice to know WoW's server statuses.
Right, I know, #NoChanges and everything, but what about #OneChange?
If you're playing WoW Classic, you can indulge your nostalgia and your holiday spirit with the Feast of Winter Veil, which started on December 15 and ends on January 2.
WoW Classic finally has paid character transfers.
Before you jump in to suggest a litany of conveniences WoW Classic could use, let me make something clear: This post isn't about adding features to Classic that weren't there.
We've seen that the release of the various content phases for World of Warcraft Classic has been staggered, with the PVP aspects of Phase 3 coming out on December 10, while Blackwing Lair won't be arriving until sometime in 2020, along with the Darkmoon Faire.