The Burning Crusade Classic will launch this year giving WoW Classic players the chance to experience the first WoW expansion at Patch 2.4.3.
WoW Classic players are getting ready for the launch of The Burning Crusade Classic. The announcement was made at BlizzCon Online. The people that are working on TBC Classic project had more information for us. Everyone wants to know the release date. This info wasn’t made public. We know that there will be some beta tests in the future and the developers have planned a 2021 release. What we do know is that we will be getting TBC version 2.4.3. Class abilities, spells, talents, and items will be as they were in Patch 2.4.3. The developers are still considering the changes that came before this patch. One of the most notable changes is the decrease of the level for the first mount by 10 levels. This would be a huge change. The developers are taking their time to decide whether to implement changes like this one and more.
One of the things we know for sure is that The Burning Crusade attunement requirements will be the same. Players need to obtained revered reputation with factions if they want to obtain Heroic keys. They also have to complete long quest chains to get access to the raids. TBC has some of the most epic raid attunement quests. Removing them would be a shame. Even if they are long and somewhat painful, many players will be happy to re-do them and newcomers are excited to complete them as relevant content. TBC will have five raid release phases. Phase 1 brings Karazhan, Gruul, and Magtheridon. The Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep come in Phase 2. Hyjal and Black Temple drop with Phase 3. Phase 4 features Zul’Aman. The Sunwell Plateau comes with Phase 5. It’s not yet decided when the PvP arena seasons will come. WoW Classic raid bosses came with the Patch 1.11 nerfs but Blizzard is looking to do things differently with TBC Classic. Paladins of both factions will have both Seal of Blood and Seal of Vengeance. Arena battlegroups are removed. The Looking for Group tool might be updated. TBC pre-patch will give players access to the two expansion races: Draenei and Blood Elves. It’s a good thing as players can make new characters with these two races, become level 60, and adventure into TBC with them on release day. If you don’t want to level up a new Draenei or Blood Elf, you can choose the premium boost. Blizzard will sell level 58 character boosts for these two races on TBC servers. If you need world of warcraft classic gold, check out the store at Goldpiles!