On May 18, the Burning Crusade Classic Pre-expansion Patch will be released and “each character must choose whether to advance onward to Burning Crusade, move to a Classic Era realm, or use the Character Clone service to play in both games.” You can read more about that process here.
Burning Crusade was originally released in 2007, and the addition of its classic version will add two new races to World of Warcraft Classic’s playable roster – the Alliance Draenei and the Horde Blood Elves. It will also raise the level cap to 70 and add flying mounts.
As with World of Warcraft: Classic, content from the original games like the opening of the Black Temple, Zul-Aman, and the Sunwell will be added in phases over time.
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