Blizzard Entertainment has finally revealed the scheduled released date for their upcoming game, World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic. The game will launch on June 1, 2021, in America, Australia, Europe, Korea, Taiwan, and New Zealand.
For fans who would like to play Burning Crusade Classic, all they need is a Battle.net account and a subscription to World of Warcraft to access the game. If you already have the two, the Burning Crusade Classic will totally come for free. The Burning Crusade Classic pre-expansion Patch will be released on May 18.
As part of the pre-expansion patch, players can choose whether they want their character to advance onward on the Burning Crusade or move to the Classic Era realm. Players can also use WoW’s Character Clone service to play in both games.
Burning Crusade was first released in 2007. The addition of the classic version will introduce two new races to its playable roster, which include Alliance Draenei and the Horde Blood Elves. It will also raise its level cap to 70 and allow characters to equip themselves with flying mounts.
The World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic is Blizzard’s faithful recreation of the original The Burning Crusade. Players can enter The Twisting Nether or explore the Outland, where Draenor’s shattered remains once stood.
This game will feature the Burning Crusade Classic Progression Realms and the Classic Era Realms. The Burning Crusade Classic Progression Realms will allow players to explore the Outland and beyond. On the other hand, the Classic Era Realms will let players continue their journey and explore the Shadow of the Necropolis content update, making it perfect for players who want to stay in Azeroth.
World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic is again free to download on your gaming PC. All you need is a Battle.net account and a World of Warcraft subscription, which you can purchase at the Battle.net shop.