The Dark Portal of Azeroth has reopened, as was the case in 2007 when the expansion was originally released. Burning Crusade, because as of today some lucky ones already have the opportunity to participate in the beta of World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic.
On the contrary, if you haven’t received your pass yet, don’t lose hope, because Blizzard will send out more invitations over the next few days and weeks. Still, you can make sure you are signed up for the beta
When playing, it will be possible to transfer the characters from World of Warcraft Classic and continue the adventure with them or create a totally new one that has level 58. In addition, it will also be possible to opt for a Draenei or a Level 1 Blood Elf, the two races that were introduced at the time in this expansion.
In principle Blizzard has not indicated that there is any limit on its content, so beta participants will be able to go up to level 70 while touring areas such as Nagrand, the Hellfire Peninsula or the Zangar Marsh, among others. What remains a mystery is the date on which World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic It will be officially available, although its launch is set for 2021.