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World of Warcraft Classic launching in August

by on15 May 2019

Beta already underway

Blizzard has officially set the World of Warcraft Classic release date for August 27th, with a closed beta test already up and running for those invited.

World of Warcraft Classic will put gamers back to the start of the game or simpler times, including original combat mechanics, character models, and skill trees.

WoW Classic will be available for all subscribers at no additional cost.

In addition to the launch date for WoW Classic, Blizzard also announced the World of Warcraft 15th Anniversary Collector’s Edition, which includes some cool looking goodies, and will release it on October 8th with a price of $99.99.

The full list includes:

  • 30 days of game time for World of Warcraft
  • 10-inch tall Statue of Ragnaros the Firelord
  • A pin depicting the head of Onyxia, Broodmother of the Black Dragonflight
  • A mousepad adorned with a map of Azeroth
  • A set of fine art prints that illustrate Azeroth’s storied past
  • A pair of mounts: the Alabaster Stormtalon, and the Alabaster Thunderwing

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You can check out more over at Blizzard's official World of Warcraft website.


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