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WoW Classic Name Reservation Begins August 12

Posted by Poorna Shankar on Aug 05, 2019  | Comments

WoW Classic Name Reservation Begins August 12 - MMORPG.com

WoW Classic character name reservations will begin in one week, starting August 12.

In a forum post (via Wowhead), Blizzard writes,

“Character name reservation for WoW Classic opens next week on Monday, August 12 at 3:00 p.m. PDT. Players with an active subscription or game time on their World of Warcraft account will be able to create up to three characters per WoW account and have the name(s) reserved before WoW Classic releases worldwide on Monday, August 26 at 3:00 p.m. PDT.”

Additional details surrounding realm names and realm types will be released later this week. Blizzard notes that character creation will be limited to one faction per realm on PvP realms.

Additionally, following release, the number of WoW Classic characters which can be created per account will change based on the following details:

  • A maximum of 10 characters per WoW Classic realm.
  • A maximum of 50 characters across all WoW Classic realms in your region.
  • Only one faction per realm on PvP realms

Finally, Blizzard notes,

“There is no overlap regarding character limits with World of Warcraft, so if you have 50 characters in Battle for Azeroth you can create 50 more characters in WoW Classic.”

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