Blizzard announce World of Warcraft Classic at BlizzCon 2017

Blizzard announce World of Warcraft Classic at BlizzCon 2017

Blizzard announce World of Warcraft Classic at BlizzCon 2017

There's now no release date for World of Warcraft Classic, but we'll likely be hearing more about the server as we head into 2018.

World of Warcraft fans have been begging for years for a vanilla WoW experience straight from Blizzard.

Horde players (why would you choose anything other than Horde?) will journey to the empire of Zandalar to recruit more for its side of the cause.

Here's some more information on World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, the new cinematic trailer and some screenshots. Battle for Azeroth has all of that, and it will give players the option to create new characters allied races, and each race will come with their own abilities and customization options. Races aren't the only unique feature of Battle for Azeroth, though, as players will also discover uncharted islands. Game director Ion Hazzikostas revealed the changes during the World of Warcraft panel at BlizzCon 2017. There's no timeframe for launch, but the experience should be welcome from WoW players pining for the old days. You'll also be able to access new areas called Waterfronts that support 20 player fights over locations that are reportedly of strategic importance to both the Horde and the Alliance. A big focus of the expansion will be dominating warfronts for your respective faction, meaning you allegiances will be tested more than ever before. "It's going to take some time. but it will happen". The level cap will go up to 120, and there will be new dungeons to explore in Freehold and Atal'Dazar.

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