Blizzard has just announced that World of Warcraft Classic is heading back on the Desktops, exposing a designated release date. This was announced on the official World of Warcraft Twitter Account. Are you ready to be set back in the world of 2004? World of Warcraft Classic is coming out on 08.27.2019.
That makes August potentially the most anticipated month in the MMO world. Fans across the world will receive a chance to satisfy their nostalgic needs, while newcomers may also set a foothold in the most popular MMORPG in the world.
Take a look at World of Warcraft’s official Tweet below:
The drums of war thunder once again.
— World of Warcraft (@Warcraft) May 14, 2019
New generations that weren’t even born during the first release of World of Warcraft back in 2004, will get the chance to experience the path of the elders, who are now ravaging in the latest World of Warcraft expansion, Battle For Azeroth.
World of Warcraft Classic is expected to include the most balanced World PVP, just as it was back in the days. However, if you’re an unhesitant creature and cannot wait until August, you may get the chance to sign up for a Closed Beta, which is scheduled to kick off in May. To try and participate in that election, make sure you visit WoWClassic.com, and sign for a tryout.
Starting on May 15, Blizzard will invite dedicated players of their choice just to perform veracity checks, and stress the servers as far as possible. As noted before, WoW Classic will also be a subscription-based video game, but current WoW Subscribers will have access to the game. That means two versions of WoW within the same monthly price.
The official launch times in different regions can be found below:
|Americas (PDT)||Europe (CEST)||Taiwan (CST)||Korea (KST)||ANZ (AEST)||UTC|
|3:00 PM||12:00 AM||6:00 AM||7:00 AM||8:00 AM||10:00 PM|
|August 26||August 27||August 27||August 27||August 27||August 26|
Putting down Ragnaros in Molten Core may be one of the greatest feelings, reliving the memories of the past.