You may not know this, but WoW Classic has a thing called layers.
Phase 2 of WoW Classic, which removes layering and adds the Honor system, will arrive before the end of this year
The second of WoW Classic's content patches -- or phases -- is coming this year.
Maybe it's just me, but I feel like if you went to all the trouble to play on a WoW Classic server in the first place, you'd want to experience the game the way it was back when all the content was current content.
The recent WoW Classic bug that allowed players to hop layered servers in order to respawn dungeon bosses has been fixed and Blizzard isn't happy about anyone that used it.
The list of WoW Classic realms is short compared to the live game, but you still have to decide where your character calls home.
WoW Classic is now live, but whether you're stuck waiting in a login queue or you're trying to get a feel for the game before you get playing, here's everything you need to know about this long-awaited blast from the past.
When WoW Classic launches next week, the game will utilize Blizzard's new layering server technology.
When WoW Classic launches later this year, it will run Blizzard's new technology to manage server populations.