Blizzard's next major game, World of Warcraft Classic, will officially launch on August 27th (or rather, rather, as it will be live for many players on August 26th). Before the servers go online, developer Blizzard has announced some important changes and updates to improve the player experience in the MMO.
Blizzard will now cancel the previous three character limit per account. At launch, players can form up to 10 characters per kingdom. This equates to 50 in all Classic areas.
In addition, Blizzard announced it would open four more Classic servers to support potentially long queues at launch. The four new servers can be seen below. All names are pretty good, but "Bigglesworth" probably takes the cake.
New WoW Classic Server
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"We urge players marked" Full "or" High "to play in one of these new areas to avoid the longest queues and distribute the player population as evenly as possible, providing the best gaming experience for all offer, "said Blizzard.
WoW Classic calls itself "Azeroth as it was". According to Blizzard, players can expect a "faithful replica of World of Warcraft" containing character models, combat mechanics, and ability trees as they were more than ten years ago. Access to WoW Classic is included in the WoW Standard Subscription Fee.
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