What WoW Classic Updates May Be Announced At BlizzCon 2021

What WoW Classic Updates May Be Announced At BlizzCon 2021

BlizzCon 2021, also known as BlizzConline, is nearly here - and players are chomping at the bit to hear what's next for World of Warcraft: Classic. The release of the Naxxramas raid has brought WoW: Classic in line with everything that was available within the original game. World of Warcraft: Classic has reached its max level, and players want to know what they will be able to enjoy in the future. Blizzard will almost certainly have announcements to make during their yearly convention, and here is what some people are expecting.To get more news about buy wow gold, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

The big expectation fans have is an announcement of The Burning Crusade: Classic. With nothing left to add from the vanilla game, it makes sense that Blizzard would turn to the re-releasing World of Warcraft's expansions, starting with The Burning Crusade. This expansion added The Outlands, flying mounts, and a whole bevy of class changes to the game. If players are looking for more things to do in WoW: Classic, adding this expansion would give it to them in spades. It's the obvious next step for Blizzard, but it's not the company's only option.

Beyond the fact that it makes logical sense, there have been a few signs that Blizzard is prepping for a classic version of The Burning Crusade. The company has sent surveys to players asking them their preferences on a variety of server options, and, more recently, Blizzard have added the 'Moon-Touched Netherwhelp' pet to World of Warcraft. How does this point to The Burning Crusade: Classic? This little dragon is a remake of the 'Netherwhelp' that was originally packaged with the Collector's Edition of The Burning Crusade. The timing is too perfect to be dismissed as a coincidence.

Beyond an expansion release, the other line of thinking World of Warcraft fans have is that there will be a set of servers that 'restart' the Classic phases for those who want to keep playing without moving on to The Burning Crusade expansion. The idea is that these servers will offer 'clean starts' from where WoW: Classic released, with scheduled updates that bring it all the way up to today. Rinse, and repeat. This infinite loop would certainly satisfy players who which to remain in Classic, and would likely be a fairly easy thing for Blizzard to do. They've already done all the work, it's just a matter of putting it out all over again.

If there's one thing that BlizzCon is good for, it's big Blizzard announcements. Now that World of Warcraft: Classic has run its course, there will almost certainly be some announcements about its future at BlizzConline. The all-online, free convention runs from February 19th to the 20th.