World of Warcraft Classic started in August 2019 with WOW TBC Gold many believing that player numbers would drop off drastically once the rose-tinted eyeglasses came off. Nevertheless, the first World of Warcraft experience is still a huge victory for Blizzard and has actually doubled the amount of players subscribed to WoW because before its launch last year.
Modern World of Warcraft is expecting its eighth expansion, Shadowlands before the conclusion of the year - exciting things if you have kept up with WoW through the years. But if you've drifted off as the sport has undergone various - inevitable - fluctuations and you're on the lookout for an MMO experience that's a little more gritty, you can do much worse than jumping into World of Warcraft Classic.
World of Warcraft Classic became something when Blizzard eventually gave in following years of players calling for a return to the'vanilla' experience of Warcraft. Players got their fix for years through various personal'legacy' servers but when Blizzard ordered Nostalrius, the biggest of these to close its doors back in 2016, fans once more called for a formal'vanilla' server. Blizzard finally relented and declared World of Warcraft Classic during the launching ceremony of BlizzCon 2018.
But why all the fuss?
When World of Warcraft initially launched back in 2004, it drew in a huge number of players and quickly grew to have millions of subscribers worldwide. Besides the sheer scale of the match, a large force behind the achievement of cheap WOW TBC Classic Gold the MMO was that the world where it had been set.