Blizzard has announced the release date of World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic

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Blizzard has announced the release date of World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic

Recently, Blizzard Entertainment announced in an official announcement that they will officially release World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic on June 1, 2021. Players who love WOW can experience the latest version of the game on this day. Blizzard pointed out in the announcement that they will be on June 1st at 3 pm Eastern Time (US Eastern Time)/6 pm (Pacific Standard Time)/11 am Eastern Time, and on June 2nd at 7 am (US Standard Time). Time) / 8 o'clock (US Eastern Time) Burning Crusade Classic will be launched in the United States, Europe, Taiwan, Korea and Australia/New Zealand.

All players can access Burning Crusade Classic through a Battle account and World of Warcraft subscription, and this method is free, and WOW Classic Gold players do not need to pay any fees.

On May 18th, Blizzard will release the Burning Crusade Classic Pre-expansion Patch. On this day, each character of the player will have to make a choice, they can choose to move on to Burning Crusade, or choose to keep the character in the classic era. If the player wants to experience these two games at the same time, then the player can experience the two games at the same time by using the clone character service. Players can get more information about the character cloning service from Blizzard’s official announcement.

As early as 2007, Blizzard released Burning Crusade for the first time. This World of Warcraft update added Burning Crusade Classic to players and added two new races, the Draenei Alliance and the Horde Blood Elves. Moreover, it will add flying supports and increase the upper limit of the liquid level to 70. Over time, Blizzard may gradually add content from the original World of Warcraft Classic Gold game, like the content of World of Warcraft: Classic, such as the opening of the Black Temple, Zul Aman, and the Sunwell.