World of Warcraft Classic has seen an impressive amount of players get stuck into the questing and raiding action the vanilla edition has to offer. But more is set to come to the world of, well, Warcraft in future. The good folks over at PCGamer recently interviewed Ion Hazzikostas, who revealed that players www.mmobc.com can expect a "second phase" introducing new raids and dungeons to Blizzard's MMORPG "later this year."
World of Warcraft Classic has been a massive hit. Log-in queues reminiscent of its legendary 2004 launch, and the need for rapid server deployment after a few early tests are a testament to that. But now that more and MMOBC more players are reaching the game’s original Level 60 cap, they’re starting to wonder what could possibly be next. The panel, which was full of top-ranking World of Warcraft staff was asked whether servers for the game’s first two expansion.
The Burning Crusade and Wrath of the Lich King would ever be added. Blizzard adopted a stance that Classic is a complete and faithful reproduction of the original game, so much so that it led to fans mistaking old features as bugs. But with many World of Warcraft Classic players reaching the end of its current content offerings, it’s only natural to wonder what could be next.
While most of the big news was reserved for World of Warcraft, there was still some big updates for WoW Classic fans. WoW Classic Phase 2 is the next major step for the vanilla World of Warcraft experience, adding new https://www.mmobc.com content to the game.“Blizzard Entertainment today revealed World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, the latest expansion for the company’s acclaimed massively multiplayer online role-playing game, in which Azeroth’s heroes will confront the wonders and horrors of the afterlife as they deal with the consequences of Sylvanas’ actions.