Friday, November 29, 2019

What is Wow Classic?
World of Warcraft is practically a different game than when it first launched back in 2004. Through a continuous cycle of updates and expansions, systems have been changed, entire continents added, and character classes overhauled countless times. Many people like these changes (modern WoW is more accessible than ever), but a lot of people are nostalgic for Warcraft's days of yore and the way it used to play.

Until WoW Classic was announced, there were hugely popular private servers that illegally emulated World of Warcraft as it existed in 2004. But now Blizzard is creating an official version that it plans to support with continual updates.

WoW Classic is an almost exact recreation of World of Warcraft as it existed in 2006, just before the first expansion, The Burning Crusade, came out. That means combat will be much slower and more lethal, quests will be less intuitive and dynamic, and getting around the world will take a hell of a lot longer. At the same time, WoW Classic resurrects that hardcore breed of MMO that so many people originally fell in love with.

Good news for PvP players, Christmas arrives earlier!
Indeed, with Classic's Phase 2 and the PvP Honor system launched not long ago on all Realms, Blizzard were surprised at the impressive amount of fights in Azeroth.

They decided to reward us with a little gift: the Alterac Valley & Warsong Gulch were detached from the Phase 3, and will open in WoW Classic simultaneously on all realms the week of December 10.

Kaivax, Community Manager, announces the good news:

Post officiel Traduit (Source forum Blizzard)

Warsong Gulch and Alterac Valley will open in WoW Classic simultaneously on all realms the week of December 10. At the same time, Elemental Invasions will occur in Kalimdor, with Blazing, Thundering, Watery, and Whirling Invaders appearing in Un’goro Crater, Azshara, Winterspring, and Silithus respectively.

We’ve been following the deadly deeds of the Classic community closely over the last week as the Honor system sparked an impressive amount of World PvP on PvP realms, and we’re excited to see what might transpire over the next three weeks. Nonetheless, like many of you, we can’t wait to charge into some battlegrounds, so we’ve detached this content unlock from the plan we previously announced. Blackwing Lair and Darkmoon Faire are coming in early 2020.

We’ll have an exact timestamp for this content unlock to share with you in early December.

See you there!

Source : Blizzard


PVP Honor System launches
The PVP Honor System comes with Honorable and Dishonorable Kills, and PVP Rank Rewards. Just as it did when the game launched, getting Rank Rewards is going to take time and investment. The titles and epic gear which came from working your way up the system require dedication to that aspect of the game. As Game Director Ion Hazzikostas joked during the Opening Ceremony, “If you’ve still any quests to finish up in Hillsbrad, I would recommend you get those done between now and then. Just a hunch.”

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Do you rather look forward to joining the Battlefields, or rather fighting the elementals in Kalimdor?

One thing's for sure at WiC HQ: see you soon in Alterac: For the Horde! ;)

The Wow24u Team

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