Blizzard Entertainment has promised to bring back the REAL Classic WoW experience
By the end of the month, everyone is going to be playing World of Warcraft like it’s 2006. WoW Classic will finally be available on August 27, 2019, for those looking to go back to the game as it was over 10 years ago. Blizzard Entertainment recently announced some crucial details for the upcoming game, including the launch process, the minimum and recommended PC requirements, realm choices, and character creation. This WoW Classic beginner’s guide will help you understand what exactly this version of the game is, as well as walk you through the aforementioned features.
When you’re in the game, select a server, faction, race, and class. You can fully customize your character’s look as well as their name. After you create your character, you don’t have much to do other than wait for World of Warcraft Classic’s Aug. 26 release date. Note that you must have a active World of Warcraft subscription to reserve your Classic characters. Blizzard’s blog post for the name reservation feature comes with a few important things to consider before creating your character. During this reservation period, you can only make three characters, so choose wisely. When the full game launches, players can make up to 50. By the way, you can buy cheap WOW Classic Profession Power Leveling from 5mmo.com, where you can enjoy a 3% discount by using the code “5MMO”.
Over the years of development and finetuning, a lot of things were changed or flat out deleted from the game, and many, many others were added. The Classic in-game experience will greatly differ from the experience available in the newest WoW patches because of that. However, at least a few quality of life changes will be implemented from the Classic’s start, as some tuning down was deemed necessary by Blizzard to not scare players who weren’t around during the glorious Vanilla days. To, at least partially, prepare you for the Classic World of Warcraft experience we will describe some of the biggest differences, and point out currently confirmed changes between the upcoming Classic, and the 2004’s Vanilla.