The demo for World of Warcraft: Classic will be released next week – but a YouTuber has managed to sneak an emulator into its version of Azeroth.
The creator, called Dodgy Kebab, told Eurogamer that demo client for the game had been leaked on various discord channels. Normally it would not be usable, but he could get into the game with a sandbox emulator that breaks the connection to the Blizzard servers and instead connects it to a program running on a PC.
Using this method does not create a perfect copy of what the demo will be like: there are no NPCs or quests, for example. But Dodgy Kebaab was able to run around in the game world and make the video top by comparing his visuals to those of Vanilla World of Warcraft 2005.
You can see the changes in textures and lighting between the two versions difference in the menus. You can also use a & # 39; Classic & # 39; Press the button to bring World of Warcraft back to what it looked like 1
The demo is now available for pre-load, and the only way to get access to buy a virtual ticket for BlizzCon, which begins on November 2nd.
If you want to learn more about World of Warcraft: Classic, read Luke's article on why it was deceptively difficult to do.