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The Burning Crusade is scheduled for early May 2021

Likes with World of Warcraft Classics It will be officially released on Blissconline on February 19-20, 2021, because the Wow Classic 1.12 “Thunder of War” will only be adapted to cross-zone battlefields, Open World PVP (Silitus and Eastern Blacklands) and a Rogue Talent chart. The last test, Naxramas, opened its doors in early December 2020.

It looks like next year (not surprisingly) World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Go. Utopian Stasoff (TV), who specializes in WoW, wants from many Swelling They have figured out how and when the classic first expansion will continue. Nano, a former member of Nostalgia (Vanilla Classic Server), claims to have received similar information in his statements. Accordingly, beta testing of the Burning Crusade for the World of Warcraft Classics is set to begin in February 2021 (according to Blissconline). Prepatch 2.0.x for the World of Warcraft Classic is set to be released on April 14, 2021. Then the Dark Portal is scheduled to open on May 4, 2021.

It remains to be seen how Blizzard will shape entertainment change. It will happen Is expectedAll current Warcraft Classic episodes will be converted to World War I crusade, and some new DBC servers will be launched. Servers that should be permanently in the World of Warcraft Classic are also under discussion, but will only be available later. However, Blizzard has not yet provided official information on how the WoW Classic will continue.

If the rumor turns out to be true, the release plan is based on the original release plan from 2006/2007. At the time, Patch 1.11 with Naxramas was released on June 21, 2006. Update 1.12 will continue on August 23, 2006. World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade was released on January 17, 2007, almost half a year after the Naxalites.

Last Updated Video: Trailer for Naxramas Raid

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