Blizzard warns World of Warcraft Classic players that if the record is maintained, one of its spheres will face "queues for more than 10,000 players … and probably much more. ”
The WoW Classic started until August 27, a week from Tuesday, but last week Blizzard began opening a reservation game for character names. Based on the activity they saw, "the kingdom of Herod is looking for huge overpopulation," writes community manager Kaivax.
They urge players to switch areas – Stalagg is open for this reason. Realms in The WoW Classic can hold many more players than their counterparts in 2006, so the Medium population estimate for 201
Herod is an overpopulated kingdom for North America. In Europe, Shazdra is the one that pops at the seams. Kaivax sent the same message to the players there, asking them to consider moving to Gehennas.
"Our main priority in planning the launch of the WoW Classic was to ensure that we lay the foundations for strong kingdom communities that will endure over the coming months and years," they write, " so we cautiously open new servers to respond to the search. "