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BlizzCon would have happened. Instead, we'll likely get it in February
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Blizzard could keep the "Vanilla Classic" feel the same and
isolated. This is a rather risky venture, as the playerbase would likely
slowly dwindle, doing the same thing over and over. The publisher seems
to still be happy with how it's performing, augmenting and funneling
into the modern WoW subscription base (remember, one sub gets you both
versions): so this could propel Blizzard through another year or so,
Or, Blizzard could incrementally add separate "expansion" servers
for future xpacs, starting with Burning Crusade. Given the high demand
for both BC and Wrath of the Lich King (arguably the two most popular
expansions), getting some form of expansion access is likely in the
cards. In this hypothetical, Burning Crusade servers (and so on) would
be separate from "Classic Vanilla," so the original experience can be
preserved in a living time capsule.
Or, there's another option. We could also get a full incremental
rollover of WoW Classic. As in, Burning Crusade takes over entirely and
morphs the game; leaving "Vanilla" in the dust. From then on, every few
years, expansions and patches would cycle in until the game is "modern"
again (with the "main" version of the game multiple expansions ahead).
It's really tricky, and I bet Blizzard is crunching a ton of numbers
right now. Or they have a tentative plan they were going to unleash in
November that was going to be divisive. As for me, although it would be a
ton of work, I think the separate expansion strategy would be the most
amicable for everyone. Realistically, I think they'll just start to
roll it over.