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WoW TBC leak reveals World of Warcraft Classic

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    February 22, 2021 10:43 PM EST
    A new leak reportedly sourced directly from Blizzard has confirmed
    that WoW TBC is coming to World of Warcraft Classic in 2021.Rumours had
    been rife that such a plan was in the works, with questionnaires and
    dataminers pointing to a potential launch.To get more news about safe wow classic gold, you can visit lootwowgold official website.



    And now a full press release was found on the official WoW forums,
    sharing all the details about the World of Warcraft Classic before
    BlizzCon 2021.The only downside is that the surprise announcement
    doesn’t include a firm release date, meaning we can’t expect anything
    during the BlizzCon weekend.



    There is also no mention of a WoW TBC beta being run, but that
    doesn’t mean one isn’t being planned for this year.The good news is that
    other sources have confirmed that The Burning Crusade will be arriving
    later in 2021.An excerpt from the leaked information reads: “Journey
    through the Dark Portal once again in World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade
    Classic! Originally released in January 2007, The Burning Crusade
    summoned the heroes of Azeroth to the shattered and fel-scarred realm of
    Outland to stop an invasion of the demonic Burning Legion.



    “In 2021, Blizzard Entertainment’s recreation of the first World of
    Warcraft expansion will give players from around the world a chance to
    return to Outland as it once was to relive an era of timeless
    adventure—or experience what awaits beyond the Dark Portal for the first
    time.”



    A report from Wowhead reveals that The Burning Crusader Classic
    expansion is launching in 2021 and will be released in phases.This will
    be similar to how the original WoW Classic experience was launched,
    making it possible for Blizzard to drop classic content over months,
    rather than dumping it all together for gamers to burn through.