It’s still sometimes hard to wrap my head around the fact that the original World of Warcraft zones were in the game for a much shorter time than their post-Cataclysm counterparts have been.
One of the biggest achievements in WoW Classic is hitting the level 60 cap.
The other day, Narsonas asked about Classic WoW quests in The Queue.
Since it was announced, we've wondered just how true to the original game WoW Classic would be.
The WoW Classic client won't be playable for BlizzCon Virtual Ticket holders until November 1, but some players have found ways to give us a preview of what's to come later this week.
It's been four months -- almost five, really -- since BlizzCon 2017 and the announcement of WoW Classic.
With the announcement of WoW Classic, the editors put out a call for anyone on the team to reminisce about their experiences over 13 years ago when Onyxia, Nefarian, and C'Thun were some of the most historically challenging bosses ever in existence.
I've done quite a bit during my decade-long tenure in World of Warcraft.
When I left my progression raiding guild and settled down into my current 'raid when I can get to it' guild, I realized things had changed for me and World of Warcraft. It's not that I love the game any less -- after eleven years I think it's safe to say that WoW and I are officially a thing -- but I just finally lost my taste for what it takes to raid content at the highest level the game offers.
Agree, disagree, or agree to disagree, Nixxiom has put together a great list of the top 10 zones from vanilla-era WoW.