Earlier this week, Blizzard has revealed to the abundance of nostalgic World of Warcraft fans that World of Warcraft Classic will be coming later this Summer at the end of August.
Last year at 2018’s Blizzcon held in Anaheim, California the developer/publisher announced that WoW Classic is currently in the works, leaving countless fans who’ve been playing since the start of the franchise at the beginning of the new millennium anticipating for the coming year. Detailing the changes that will be coming to the classic game and listing the ‘stages’ of content planned to come post-launch.
In the news post, Blizzard shares that despite the full version of Classic will be dropping at the end of the Summer practically, players will be invited to participate in a set of playtests that will run between May to July. Next week, the first stress test will take place between May 22nd & 23rd. Following in June with another test session held running from June 19th to June 20th. And After in July one more will take place on July 18th to July 1th.
As part of preparation to jump right into the Classic MMO, Blizzard will allow players to create and customize their characters as soon as August 13th.
World of Warcraft Classic will be available on August 27, 2019 for PC.