It is rumored that World of Warcraft Classic soon could receive servers that reflect the UPDATE “ Wrath of the Lich King ” published in 2008. This rumor comes from a reddit post , which shows a survey that was allegedly sent to players from World of Warcraft. Here is asked if the user or the user would play a “Classic version” by World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King.
comes Wrath of the Lich King?
In addition to this concrete question, it was also inquired whether to play for the original release Wrath of the Lich King and how interesting a Classic version for the respondent would be. In the past, Blizzard has been hoped to provide further servers for World of Warcraft Classic. In a Forbes article 2019, the said Blizzard President J. Allen Brack talked about the topic.
When asked if there could also be possible servers for updates such as “Burning Crusade” or “Wrath of the Lich King”, Brack replied: “ja. I do not want to underestimate the work that is necessary for this purpose. It is not Just something that can be switched on and off. But if Classic becomes very successful, we will see what the future brings. “Shortly after numerous lawsuits against the company in terms of discrimination, harassment and abuse announced Brack in August 2021 his resignation As President.
Other signs of Wrath of the Lich King
In addition to the survey on WoW-Classic and the statements of the former president at Blizzard there are other signs that speak for Wrath of the Lich King. User interface data, which has been reported on MMO champion, also imply a approaching release. The reactions on the side regarding these possibilities were mostly positive, with some critical voices in between.
WoW-Classic appeared in 2019 and received from us then Sage and Write 10 out of 10 possible points . Since then, a lot has changed both in Aezeroth, as well as with Blizzard and Activision. Both with respect to the development of the MMOs, as well as the numerous controversial events behind the scenes of the company, we have reported in the past on our website.
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