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Test Servers Open to Public

Posted by Alexander Chopra on Apr 09, 2005  | Comments

Test Servers Open to Public - World of Warcraft -

The World of Warcraft recently opened their test servers to the public, and all characters are now able to copy their current characters to that server to test out the new features such as the new Honor System!

The World of Warcraft public test realms are now live. These test realms allow us to test new content and features before they are patched to the public realms. They also allow players to get a sneak peek at the content going into the game next patch! One of the features in this patch is the highly anticipated Honor System. The test realms are open to anyone who has a valid World of Warcraft account, so if you want to be one of the first players to try out the Honor System, click here to copy one of your characters over to the test realm.

If you would like to see some of the other features and changes going in next patch, click here to read the test-realm patch notes.

Keep in mind remember that experience earned, items obtained, or any changes to your test character will in no way affect your original character on our retail realms, as your test realm character is just a copy of the original. Also, the experience, items, and gold your character gains on the test realm will not be transferred to your character on the retail realms. We appreciate your participation in these tests, as they enable us to deliver higher quality content patches.

Thank you all once again for adventuring with us in Azeroth!

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