Blizzard announced that “World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic” will be released in June.
When “World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic” is released on June 1, new and old players will have the opportunity to return to Outland.
Starting from May 18th, after the planned maintenance in each area, pre-expansion patches will be released. Each character must choose whether to move on to the “Burning Crusade”, enter the classic era, or use the “role cloning” service Play games in both. More here.
“The Burning Crusade” was originally released in January 2007, taking players to Outland to stop the Burning Legion.
When it was released, its expansion brought the blood elves of the Horde and the Draenei of the Alliance, so you will soon be able to participate in these tournaments again.
If you just want to join “World of Warcraft”, “Burning Crusade” also brings the Arena PvP system, jewelry processing professional, flying mounts, and Aldo and Scryers of Shattrath.
Like the classic version of “World of Warcraft”, anyone who subscribes to “World of Warcraft” can play the classic version of “Burning Crusade” for free.
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