Blizzard has tweaked its affairs for World of Warcraft: Classic. The aboriginal plan was to accord Classic four phases congenital about the MMO's aboriginal raids, but afterwards some acknowledgment from WOW Gold Classic players and some centralized discussion, that's been broadcast to six. The team's ambition is to anamnesis the the 'good old days', so the updates will abundantly chase the aboriginal patches, but commutual up.
When Classic launches in the summer, it will accommodate accepting from the game's age-old canicule and through application 1.2, followed up accession amend with 1.3 and 1.4 additions, and so on. There's no date for the updates yet.
Expect some changes to MMOBC the accent of raids, however. The aboriginal phase, for instance, will accommodate Onyxia's Lair and Molten Core, but Dire Maul has been pushed aback because some of the boodle would affect progression through the added raids. It's not the abandoned one, as Blizzard's done a little bit of shuffling.