Sunday, 19 November, 2017

World of Warcraft Will Expand Legion's Leveling System Across The Whole Game

Overwatch Ana Blizzard teases vanilla servers with 'World of Warcraft Classic'
Cecilia Poole | 04 November, 2017, 00:37

But fans will now finally be getting what they want, with an official vanilla WoW release called World of Warcraft Classic.

Everyone knew something related to World of Warcraft was coming and Blizzard Entertainment delivered.

Players will explore the Zandalar empire and the home of Jaina Proudmoore, Kul Tiras. At the same time there'll be new raids and dungeons, a raised level cap to 120, and much more.

More will be revealed throughout the weekend at BlizzCon, so check out the virtual ticket for the livestreams, if you bought it. Also, each race will come with their own unique cosmetic armor that can be unlocked once they are fully leveled. While the current version of the game is still enjoyed by millions of players, there was something magical about those early days that fans have been dying to return to.

Other new elements introduced in this expansion are Island Expeditions, where three players cooperatively take on a rotating assortment of tasks on an island.

Blizzard announced during BlizzCon that it is developing a classic server option for World of Warcraft, its hits massively multiplayer online role-playing game.

Blizzard are also innovating and pumping out fresh content for this expansion.

The future of World of Warcraft looks very bright thanks to the new expansion and upcoming server. Brack mentioned that Blizzard had auctioned away the game's original server blades in a charity auction years ago, then he said with a laugh, "we're probably going to need those back".

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