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We know that WoW Classic is going to launch next summer fully patched to 1.12 Drums of War.
Can't get enough of that nostalgic feeling of being killed by a boar, KS'd by a Rogue, and having to run everywhere?
As we did with Westfall, let's take a look comparing Classic and current content Barrens.
A visual comparison of Westfall between World of Warcraft Classic and what you see currently.
If you're wondering about WoW Classic as an experience -- specifically, if you're wondering what's changed between then and now, and what will be different in WoW Classic as compared and contrasted to the game as it was when patch 1.12 came out -- the Restoring History: Creating WoW Classic answered a lot of those kind of questions.
The list of things that won't be in WoW Classic boggles me sometimes.
Game Director Ion Hazzikostas and Executive Produce J. Allen Brack dropped a surprise BlizzCon 2018 announcement today: The World of Warcraft Classic demo will not only be playable at the con’s demo stations, but Virtual Ticket holders will be able to play at home at the same time!
In a recent Dev Watercooler feature, Blizzard announced that World of Warcraft Classic realms will run with a specific patch.
In a surprise Friday blog post, Blizzard discusses something I think we've all been waiting for: Classic WoW servers.