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.
It's been four months -- almost five, really -- since BlizzCon 2017 and the announcement of WoW Classic.
I'm thrilled for the people who have been wanting Classic WoW servers for years, and I'm excited for newer players to experience the game I fell in love with back in 2006.
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.
Okay, let's first start with a simple fact -- hybrid classes were usually not viable for anything aside from one role in Classic WoW.
Blizzard Entertainment officially unveiled their plans to launch WoW Classic servers at BlizzCon 2017.
Did you guys hear?