Ahead of this weekend’s BlizzCon game-announcement frenzy, two big secrets have gotten out early in the form of a leak. World of Warcraft will reportedly get its latest Shadowlands expansion; and the option for a World of Warcraft Classic server is supposedly on the horizon.
BlizzCon is just around the corner, and on the eve of this big event, two of Blizzard’s secrets have gotten out — probably through leaks.
As with last year’s official WoW Classic launch, The Burning Crusade will return to the game without any of the new or special features that came with it all those years ago. This expansion pack included a trickle of content drops while Blizzard maintained it before selling Wrath of the Lich King in 2008.
Blizzard’s leaked document claims that the original version’s update schedule will be used: “Content from the original game will roll out in phases, at a cadence paced for the WoW Classic community. Prepare for the opening of the Black Temple, gear up to confront the gods of Zul’Aman, and gather your allies to face the fury of the Sunwell.”
This is pretty inline and similar to how World of Warcraft Classic was launched.
There was no quality of life (QOL) changes until months into the expansion. With tons of issues and bugs including constant disconnect and lag issues. Players would most have to make peace with this once again if they decide to jump into TBC. After all, this was one of many users including Fayie’s favourite expansion., since it included the Blood Elfs customization option for the horde side.
After all, this is a Blizzcon Leak, and TBC Classic has been in the talks of many leaks over the past few years. However, I believe this time, it’s the truth
Shown below is the document that surfaced on the Internet earlier today & the Trailer provided by Blizzard