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World of Warcraft Classic will launch in summer 2019

Blizzard once said it would never happen, but World of Warcraft is getting legacy servers that emulate Azeroth as it existed back in 2006. Called WoW Classic, this remake aims to rekindle that insatiable desire to grind that kept so many of us up late into the night. And it's out this month! World of Warcraft's vanilla launch—before expansion packs took players to far away locales and significantly changed the core game—is one of the most pivotal moments in PC gaming. But that also raises a lot of questions: Which patch will Classic be based on? How will updates work? What is the WoW Classic release date, and how much will it cost?

World of Warcraft Classic will launch in 'summer 2019', according to Blizzard. Blizzard announced the release window during its annual Blizzcon convention, revealing the servers will be available to any players who have an active World of Warcraft subscription at no extra cost. World of Warcraft Classic will allow players to experience the original base game as it was over 10 years ago, before the various expansions and gameplay changes. In particular, the foundation of Classic will be Patch 1.12: Drums of War which released in 2006. If you don't wanna waste time finding WOW Classic Gold, provides Cheap World of Warcraft Classic Gold for you. With a coupon code “5MMO”, you can enjoy 3% off.

Anyone with a Virtual Ticket or regular BlizzCon 2018 attendee ticket will be able to download the demo at home. The demo comes with a 60 minute playtime limit as well as a 90 minute cooldown period, where you’ll need to wait a bit of time before logging in to play again. Players will begin at level 15 to get a good feel for what the game will over and will be capped at level 19. Upon the game’s full release, it will be included free to anyone with a “World of Warcraft” subscription, which means new players who join the game will have access to the entirety of the “Warcraft” catalogue when opening a new account for “World of Warcraft: Classic” without paying an additional fee.

Blizzard hasn't explicitly stated whether players will have to buy WoW Classic up front in order to play, but it has said that you won't require a separate subscription to play it. Those who already subscribe to WoW will have WoW Classic included in the price of their subscription. Those who don't actively play WoW will have to pay the usual $15 USD a month to play it.