WoW Players With An Active Subscription Can Try Out The WoW Classic

World of Warcraft Classic is in beta at this time, however, Blizzard announced recently that anyone in the Americas and Oceania with a current World of Warcraft subscription will have the opportunity to try out Classic on June 19.

The developers planned to run a stress test for 48 hours along with players who have an active World of Warcraft game account in the Americas & Oceania region. Furthermore, the World of Warcraft Classic will become available for download late tomorrow, June 18.

During the stress test, all races and classes will be available for creation, and the maximum character level will be capped at 15. In addition to the open world, there will be instanced content available at that level. This will include Warsong Gulch for PvP as well as Ragefire Chasm, Wailing Caverns, and Deadmines. Of course, Deadmines will be a challenge for players to complete at this level.

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World of Warcraft Classic is a faithful recreation of the original World of Warcraft, it runs a bit smoother on today’s computers, but the game still looks and feels like you’re playing World of Warcraft from 2006. Combat mechanics, original character models and skill trees all contribute to a truly authentic experience, as do your interactions with other players. Your reliance on others to take on the world was at the heart of the original WoW and is at the heart of World of Warcraft Classic.

World of Warcraft Classic goes live worldwide on August 27, 2019.

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