For those that have been enjoying a retro World of Warcraft
experience through WoW Classic, Blizzard is expanding the experience by
introducing a classic version of Burning Crusade. This means that
players will be able to relive playing World of Warcraft's first
expansion just as it was when it launched in 2007.To get more news about
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World of Warcraft Classic is set to be updated with the game's first
expansion in the same retro style, Blizzard announced at BlizzConline.
World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic will launch later this year,
letting you step back into Outland as it appeared in 2007.
The expansion will let you play as a Blood Elf or Draenei in WoW
Classic. Content will be released in phases, letting players experience
the Burning Crusade progressively over time. That means the community
can prep itself for events like the opening of the Black Temple and the
Sunwell. It will also reintroduce Arena PvP, jewelcrafting, and flying
mounts to the WoW Classic experience.WoW Classic players will have a
choice as to whether they advance to Burning Crusade. You'll be able to
keep your characters in the vanilla Classic version of the game, or move
to them the Burning Crusade era.
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic is included with any
WoW subscription, so if you're playing the main game or Classic already,
you'll get access to this content for free.Part of this announcement
was leaked ahead of BlizzConline, along with word about Shadowlands'
next update. WoW Classic launched in 2019, offering players a chance to
see the game as it originally appeared way back in 2004, with only
slightly modernized quality-of-life improvements.