WoW Classic: Phase 2 launches

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WoW Classic: Phase 2 launches

Players can now return to Azeroth like it was 2006: World of Warcraft Classic servers are now live. Developer Blizzard Entertainment turned back the clock on its hugely popular massively multiplayer RPG, and fans are loving it. They love it so much, some are even waiting hours in a queue to play the game. To get more news about buy wow classic gold, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

WoW Classic is the game many remembered and it has the same visuals, quests and even bugs from back when.WoW Classic's phase 2 will begin on Nov. 12. The announcement came from Game director Ion Hazzikostas at Blizzcon 2019 Friday. However, Blizzard adjusted the timing of the update according to a forum post on Nov. 8. Nov. 12 will see the first part of the phase that is having every server only have one instance of the game, or layer, at a time. WoW made use of creating multiple versions of the same world on servers in order to accommodate the larger population. With all realms now using one layer, this will help with the second part of the phase coming on Nov. 14.

As mentioned previously, the second part of the phase will include two world bosses: Kazzak and Azuregos. These two monsters are high-level and have a lot of hit points meaning it'll require a coordinated raid to take them out. However, since they will be out in the open, the enemy faction can come in to steal the kill or take out players battling the boss.

The second phase will also see the return of the PVP honor system, which tracks how many times players kill others within the enemy faction. WoW Classic is version 1.12 of the game known as the Drums of War update. It was released in August 2006, prior to the release of the first major expansion, The Burning Crusade. Players have nicknamed this time in the game series as "vanilla WoW."

Blizzard does have plans to add in content such as areas and equipment further down the line across multiple phases. While it is following the original timing of when this content was first released, it's also making subtle changes for the benefit of players. Player-versus-player options are also being evaluated by the developer before they're added to the game.

Those who want to head back to Azeroth will need to purchase a subscription from the Blizzard Shop, which costs $15 a month. This subscription also gives players access to the current version of WoW nicknamed "retail" or "BFR" for Battle for Azeroth. All current WoW subscribers will have access to WoW Classic.

The idea for WoW Classic came from players who started their own private servers with older versions of the game. In April 2016, Blizzard began shutting down these unauthorized servers, causing a backlash from the fanbase, but it did spur the developer to look for a proper solution. Blizzard made the first WoW Classic announcement in November 2017 and in May gave it an Aug. 26 release date.

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