A first look at WoW Classic's take on Cataclysm in Cataclysm Classic.
At BlizzCon 2023, we learned that our World of Warcraft Classic journey is continuing in 2024 when Cataclysm Classic makes its way to the game.
In a highly anticipated (and expected) move, World of Warcraft Executive Producer Holly Longdale announced that World of Warcraft Classic's journey is indeed continuing in Cataclysm Classic.
This week, Wrath of the Lich King Classic Phase 4 arrives and will bring players new and old in a direct showdown with the Lich King himself atop Icecrown Citadel.
World of Warcraft has been out since 2004.
World of Warcraft is an old game, but every once in a while it brings something new that shakes things up — and players often talk about the features that the game lacks but they'd love to see implemented in it.
How would you fix all of Deathwing’s damage to Azeroth, and which zone(s) do you want to see updated most?
World of Warcraft has existed in a post-Cataclysm world for longer now than it did in a pristine world, untouched by Deathwing.
The huge talent revamp that came with Dragonflight's first pre-patch is only the latest model of many, many talent iterations over World of Warcraft's 18 year history.
While we don't have confirmation that there will be a Cataclysm Classic after Wrath Classic, I believe it's inevitable, simply because WoW Classic is tremendously popular.
Should there be a Cataclysm Classic?