Blizzard Announces World of Warcraft Classic, Official Vanilla Server

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World of Warcraft: Classic is bringing back the vanilla version of the MMO

Blizzard did not reveal a release date for World of Warcraft Classic, only sharing that they're working on making it a reality. In Battle for Azeroth, each group will receive their own new continent to explore: the Alliance will get the ancient Human kingdom of Kul Tiras, while the Horde will travel to the Troll empire of Zandalar.

There is now no release date for World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth.

During BlizzCon 2017 Blizzard revealed a brand new cinematic trailer, showing off the next expansion to the God-father of all MMO RPG's. These new "sub-races" can be leveled from 20-110, giving players access to special cosmetic Heritage Armor as a sort of badge of honor for enduring all the leveling again.

Players will adventure through the oldest city in Azeroth, Zuldazar, as well as the swamps of Nazmir and deserts of Vol'dun. Blizzard is well aware of this and is also aware of how long people have been playing the MMORPG for. That is evidenced today by the company announcing World Of Warcraft Classic.

Blizzard announced during BlizzCon that it is developing a classic server option for World of Warcraft, its hits massively multiplayer online role-playing game. However these servers will take a little time to prepare.

This overhaul will be coming when Battle for Azeroth launches in 2018 and will become the "foundation on which we can make World PvP great again", Hazzikostas said, implying that these overhauls could be just the beginning.

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