It's been a little over a month since Robin first stepped through the Dark Portal and took her first steps into The Burning Crusade Classic. While there have been some changes, for the most part everything is as she remembered. But how does it stack up in 2021? Here is our full review of the Classic Expansion experience.
June 1st marks a day of MMO releases this week, with two of the major games in the genre, World of Warcraft and The Elder Scrolls Online, both releasing expansions into the wild. Which one are you planning on playing if you are at all?
Robin was amazed when Blizzard announced that not only would pre-patch for The Burning Crusade Classic start on May 18th, but that it would only last two weeks. She takes a look at TBCC ahead of its June 1st launch.
Blizzard has just announced the release date for World of Warcraft's long-anticipated Burning Crusade Classic. Mark down June 1 on your calendars.
New leaked screenshots of the Battle.net launcher suggest that World of Warcraft's The Burning Crusade Classic could be launching as early as June 1st.
While this week saw World of Warcraft's The Burning Crusade Classic Beta reach a level cap of 70, opening up Heroic Dungeons, Raids were still left on the table. Blizzard announced that raid testing will be begin next week, inching ever closer to a full TBCC launch.
The World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic's beta is ongoing and players can now start to level their toons up to 70, opening up even more content to test before the expansion launches fully later this year.
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic is currently undergoing beta testing ahead of its impending launch, and players might have noticed a bump in the level cap. Previously it was 64, however it's now been pushed to 68.
Robin checks out the upcoming Burning Crusade Classic, as Blizzard has opened up the beta last week. What is it like to be back in The Burning Crusade, all these years later?
For those eagerly awaiting the beta of the first real expansion of World of Warcraft Classic, your wait is over. The Burning Crusade Classic's beta is now live, though you'll need to have been received an invite to join in the fun.
For those who have been waiting to get their hands on World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic's beta, you might not have much longer to wait if an internal email leaked on Reddit is any indication. The leak, posted by Reddit user zon3tknew3, points to an email sent to Blizzard employees about the upcoming closed beta for The Burning Crusade Classic coming later this month.
The organizers for World of Warcraft Classic's "The Fresh Crusade" server movement have announced they are counting 7000 players joining the server when it's chosen tomorrow.